Chief Ruben Östlund shared recognition for late star Charlbi Dean, who drove Palme d'Or victor "Triangle of Sadness."
The dignitary was affirmed dead on August 30 at age 32 after a startling disease ended her life at a New York City clinic
who is made due by her life partner, male model Luke Volker "Charlie's unexpected passing is a shock and a misfortune," Östlund composed
"It is a distinction to have been able to be aware and work with her.
Charlbi had consideration and responsiveness that lifted her partners and the whole film team.
He added, "At this troublesome time, my contemplations go out to her friends and family, her family, and her life partner Luke."
As well as featuring in Östlund's parody inverse Harris Dickinson and Woody Harrelson,
Dean showed up in The CW series "Dark Lightning" and movies "Spud," "Passing Race 3: Inferno," "Blood in the Water," "Don't Sleep," and "Opening.