Gaspard Ulliel / Martin Scorsese: A male duet for the new Chanel ad !
In the quiet winter, Gaspard Ulliel turned controlled by the great Martin Scorsese the TV ad for the new perfume of luxury label Chanel.
The brand represents elegance and luxury in the French did not even do things half to launch its new fragrance for men, whose name remains secret until its release. Behind the camera, they placed one of the best American directors Martin Scorsese, to whom we owe Goodfellas, Taxi Driver, Gangs of New York, The Departed and Shutter Island, which was released in theaters next Wednesday.
On camera, a young French actor who never ceases to earn his stripes in the closed environment of the hexagonal film: Gaspard Ulliel, discovered with A Very Long Engagement and The Jacquou Crisp, and exiled to the United States for the role surprising in a young psychopath Hannibal Lecter: The Origins of Evil. Already muse of Longchamp alongside Kate Moss, the leading man recently became the male face of Chanel's new fragrance of the luxury brand.
Avack D'Andrea, president and Beauty Perfume Chanel, has so far given no details on the composition of the perfume and did not disclose his name to keep the suspense until the launch of the campaign in September . There is a clear connection between the films from Martin Scorsese and the identity of the fragrance, the partnership has done everything alone, "he told the Women's Wear Daily gave no further clues." Advertising was filmed in New York, the city has such an important part in the cinematic vocabulary of Scorcese. It is the tradition at Chanel decades of working with great directors. "Working with Scorsese, who is one of the best, if not the best director alive today, is a privilege sought Chanel long. We knew it would make a man's world full of complexity, driven by adrenaline, and, of course, beautiful scenes, "says D'Andrea Avack.
Recent collaborations with the brand of 'duets film': Nicole Kidman / Baz Luhrmann, and Audrey Tautou / Jean-Pierre Jeunet, both for the perfume Chanel No. 5.