Cindy Bruna looks sensational as she steps out of the Cannes Film Festival

Cindy Bruna looked sensational as she stepped out on Saturday on the last day of the 74th annual Cannes Film Festival.

The fashion model, 26, wore a quirky black suit with nails, paired with a busty white bralette that showed off her flat midriff.

The French beauty carried her belongings in a patterned brown bag with a brown leather handle.

Stunning: Cindy Bruna, 29, looked sensational as she stepped out on Saturday on the final day of the 74th annual Cannes Film Festival

She looked every inch of natural beauty with her dark brown locks in tight curls swept into a side part.

Cindy protected from the French sun by framing her face in black cat-eye sunglasses.

She kept her accessories paired with two simple necklaces and beautiful rings.

Fashion forward: The French beauty carried her things in a brown patterned bag with a brown leather handle

Fashion forward: The French beauty carried her things in a brown patterned bag with a brown leather handle

Gorgeous: The fashion model wore a quirky black suit with nails, paired with a busty white bralette that showed off her flat midriff

Gorgeous: The fashion model wore a quirky black suit with nails, paired with a busty white bralette that showed off her flat midriff

Elsewhere at the film festival that day, Caleb Landry Jones was very much the leading man on Saturday as he cut a striking figure while attending the Nitram photocall.

The American actor, 31, stood out in a red and white pinstripe suit as he posed next to the film’s director and producer.

Caleb paired his striking blazer and pants combination with a black shirt, white vest and black shoes.

Bold look: Elsewhere, Caleb Landry Jones was the lead when he cut a striking figure while attending the Nitram photocall at the Cannes Film Festival

Bold look: Elsewhere, Caleb Landry Jones was the lead when he cut a striking figure while attending the Nitram photocall at the Cannes Film Festival

He appeared in good spirits as he posed on the blue carpet and waved to the crowd during the event.

The star posed next to the film’s director, Justin Kurzel, for several photos.

While Caleb was also pictured with screenwriter Shaun Grant and producer Nick Batzias at the event.

Strike a pose: The American actor, 31, stood out in a red and white pinstripe suit at the event

Strike a pose: The American actor, 31, stood out in a red and white pinstripe suit at the event

The film Nitram focuses on the life of Port Arthur mass murderer Martin Bryant, with his name spelled backwards.

Caleb stars as the sole gunman responsible for the worst massacre in Australia on April 28, 1996, which killed 35 innocent adults and children.

Due to the sensitive nature of the film, the producers chose to film in Victoria rather than Tasmania, where the tragedy took place Sydney Morning Herald reported at the time of production in November.

Style: Caleb paired his striking blazer and pants combination with a black shirt, white vest and black shoes

Style: Caleb paired his striking blazer and pants combination with a black shirt, white vest and black shoes

All smiles: The star posed next to the film's director, Justin Kurzel, for several photos

All smiles: The star posed next to the film’s director, Justin Kurzel, for several photos

The film will not depict the murders, but will instead focus on Bryant’s life before his murderous frenzy in an attempt to understand how the atrocity took place.

The publication also reported that the film will not name Byrant, as well as assign fictitious names to other main characters.

Australian stars Judy Davis, 66, and Anthony LaPaglia, 62, took on the roles of Bryant’s parents.

Actress Essie Davis, 51, portrayed Tattersall’s lottery heiress Helen Harvey, who was a companion of Martin’s.

What a team: while Caleb was also pictured with screenwriter Shaun Grant and producer Nick Batzias at the event

What a team: while Caleb was also pictured with screenwriter Shaun Grant and producer Nick Batzias at the event

Trio: Caleb, Justin Kurzel and Shaun Grant attended the new movie photocall

Trio: Caleb, Justin Kurzel and Shaun Grant attended the new movie photocall

Say cheese: Nick, Caleb, Justin and Shaun gleefully posed for photos at the 74th annual Cannes Film Festival

Say cheese: Nick, Caleb, Justin and Shaun gleefully posed for photos at the 74th annual Cannes Film Festival

The Port Arthur massacre is known as one of Australia’s darkest days.

Bryant’s frenzy began when he drove to the Seascape Guesthouse in Tasmania, where he killed owners David and Sally Martin with a military-style semi-automatic rifle.

He then proceeded to Port Arthur’s historic site, where he had lunch before opening fire on guests in the Broad Arrow cafe, gift shop and car park.

Killer: The film Nitram focuses on the life of Port Arthur mass murderer Martin Bryant (pictured), titled Martin's name spelled backwards.

Killer: The film Nitram focuses on the life of Port Arthur mass murderer Martin Bryant (pictured), titled Martin’s name spelled backwards.

His trail of destruction took the lives of 35 adults and children, injured another 23, and led to landmark gun control legislation under the John Howard administration.

Bryant pleaded guilty to 72 charges, including murder, attempted murder, causing grievous bodily harm and arson.

On November 22, 1996, more than seven months after the massacre, Tasmanian Supreme Court Chief Justice William Cox ordered Bryant 35 life sentences without parole.

Bryant has never provided an explanation for his actions. Still, there is speculation, including from investigators, that his killings were caused in retaliation for grievances and that other were collateral damage. He will die in Hobart’s Risdon Prison.

Australia's darkest day: Its trail of destruction killed 35 adults and children, injured another 23, and led to landmark gun control legislation under the John Howard government

Australia’s darkest day: Its trail of destruction killed 35 adults and children, injured another 23, and led to landmark gun control legislation under the John Howard government

Tragedy: Bryant pleaded guilty to 72 charges, including murder, attempted murder, causing grievous bodily harm and arson (Pictured is the guest house he besieged all night before his arrest)

Tragedy: Bryant pleaded guilty to 72 charges, including murder, attempted murder, causing grievous bodily harm and arson (Pictured is the guest house he besieged all night before his arrest)

Cast: Elsewhere at the Film Festival (LR) Pierre Niney, Fatou N'Diaye, Nicolas Bedos, Jean Dujardin and Natacha Lindinger attended the From Africa with Love photocall

Cast: Elsewhere at the Film Festival (LR) Pierre Niney, Fatou N’Diaye, Nicolas Bedos, Jean Dujardin and Natacha Lindinger attended the From Africa with Love photocall

Sealed with a kiss!  Nicolas got on one knee and kissed Fatou N'Diaye's hand

Sealed with a kiss! Nicolas got on one knee and kissed Fatou N’Diaye’s hand

Animated: Pierre could jump in the air in one go

Animated: Pierre could jump in the air in one go

Wave, shut up!  Fatou waved her braids as she posed for the camera

Wave, shut up! Fatou waved her braids as she posed for the camera

Attitude!  Fatou, Jean and Natacha were all together for a photo at the event

Attitude! Fatou, Jean and Natacha were all together for a photo at the event

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