Starring Marion Cotillard as Lady Grey, a burlesque artist with magical healing powers, the unshakable Sir Ian Mckellan as her crippled fan and Russell Tovey as the painter who is inspired by Lady Grey's grace and sensuality.
John Cameron Mitchell
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This five-minute short film is the last entry to the Dior campaign short films starring Marion Cotillard. This time the focus are Los Angeles and the color gold. I enjoyed this bit more than the other ones. I liked how it did not take itself so seriously and made fun of all the glamor world in Hollywood. Pretty cool when Cotillard, in the end, gets rid off all the fake and costume and just rocks the stage being fully herself and better than ever. Nice job. The writer and director is the same one who made the London version with the color gray (and Ian McKellen). All in all, a pretty forgettable campaign, but at least they came up with a good short film at the end finally. Recommended.
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