French model, actress and animal rights activist Brigitte
Bardot believes that a photograph can be an instant of life captured for eternity that never will cease looking back at you. But being an iconic beauty and one of the famous sex symbols of the 60s constantly pursued by paparazzi, she regretted all the fame: "I have no private life at all. I am a hunted woman. I can't take a step without being questioned and surrounded. Fame had brought me so much unhappiness."