The Cannes Film Festival came to a close this weekend, but not after buckets of controversy and some new celeb couple sightings - Leo and Blake, I'm looking at you.
The awards were all given out last night, with Terence Malick's movie starring Brad Pitt - Tree of Life - receiving the prestigious Palme d'Or.
Kirsten Dunst confirmed her comeback with a win, receiving the best actress award for her portrayal of a depressed woman in the pretty aptly titled Melancholia.
It hasn't been an entirely easy festival for her, since director of the movie Lars Von Trier was banned from Cannes after he said he understood Hitler and that he "was a Nazi".
Understandably, Kristen was the first to register shock as she sat with him in the press conference… there's really just nothing you can say to that.
Now, Von Trier has apologised, telling the BBC:
"I blame myself, because you can say words in press conferences which can be taken out of context. But I was carried away. I thought I was sitting with my friends talking, and then suddenly I was talking to the world."
"I have thought about it, and when I said, 'I sympathise with Hitler' I would have used 20 words in Danish to explain that I am interested in the man himself, and then hopefully people would have understood.
"I understand these issues are a no-go area. I do like to provoke, but mostly I do it for a reason. I am not a Nazi, or an anti-Semite, and I had nothing to achieve… I am not trying to excuse myself, it was extremely stupid of me."
Understatement of the year?