He could not stop crying. For the first time in 12 years, Johnny Depp went to Cannes, where he was greeted with seven minutes of applause.

The actor was shocked by how well the crowd liked what he did. Johnny Depp, a famous Hollywood actor, had a moment he will never forget at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival, where he got a seven-minute standing applause.

Depp went to the event in Cannes to see the opening of the movie “Jeanne Dubarry,” in which he played King Louis XV of France. This was his first time at such a big event since his split from actress Amber Heard, who had accused him of domestic violence three years earlier and caused a big scandal.

When Depp stood up, the crowd gave him a thundering round of applause that went on for an amazing seven minutes straight. Depp was so moved by how well they were treated that he couldn’t hold back his feelings. Tears came to his eyes.

Mawenn Le Besco, who directed the movie and played the lead part of Louis XV’s favorite friend Jeanne Dubarry, was also there for the opening.

It’s important to note that Johnny Depp’s role as Louis XV in “Jeanne Dubarry” was his first role after his shocking split from Amber Heard. In 2016, Heard accused Depp of domestic abuse, harassment, and cheating. As a result, Depp’s contracts were canceled and he lost several major parts in Hollywood movies. Mawenn Le Besco was the only person who kept working with Depp.

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