Is it just me or does this headline seem rather tasteless?
The article goes on;
It is the film that singles out and celebrates the life of one of France's most creative and original sons.
It was also to have been the platform for Lucy Gordon's rebirth as a serious actress.
But Gainsbourg: Je T'aime, Moi Non Plus, which goes on release this week, will be remembered for neither reason.
Because the Oxford-born Gordon killed herself aged 28 in May last year, weeks after finishing filming on what is already being billed as the French film of the year.
And her death casts a dark shadow over the Serge Gainsbourg biopic.
Seems rather dismissive of her death for having the audacity to overshadow a whole film but happy to use details of her suicide to promote it.