In general when a film gets booed at Cannes, it doesn’t necessarily mean it’s bad. Take Sofia Coppola‘s Marie Antoinette. Booed at its press screening back in 2006, it nevertheless became somewhat of a cult film and inspired many Americans to take selfies in front of the Ladurée shop’s macaroon displays. But sometimes some films deserve a boo or two. And in the case of Personal Shopper, a boo takes on a double meaning.