The good thing about movies that Hollywood wants to see win is that the companies behind the film will keep the actors promoting it until everyone has seen it. That seems to be the case with "The Help," which recently saw its cast, most notably Emma Stone, attending the Deauville American Film Festival, in France. Despite taking place in France, the festival is actually devoted to American cinema, which makes all the sense why Stone was on hand there. In any case, it was good opportunity for her to don a chic brown Roland Mouret dress for the festival's opening ceremony. The dress is sort of an off brown mustard-like color, and isn't one we see actresses favoring often. Maybe that's why it works. Or, maybe that's why it doesn't. What do you think?