1. Matt26 says

    Wonderful. Creative, powerful. I liked it very much. The black and white parts and the first half was like from 1950s Italian movie and I liked it the most. But the colorful parts were excellent as well.
    Simply stunning.

  2. tominsf says

    Grow up consumers! If you want to get anywhere near this fantasy, don’t bother buying these unremarkable and doubtless overpriced clothes.

    Instead I’m afraid you’re going to have to start getting regular exercise and start thinking about all the crap you daily shovel into your gut.

    Extra points for Schubert, though.

  3. FunMe says

    Would that be Arcadia, CA? funny, if yes!

    The guy aren’t overdeveloped or overly skinny like so called models. I like what I saw and their bodies are attainable for everyone who works out and eats sensibly.

    And did I see hair on their legs? hot!

    OK time for gym!

  4. Really? says

    I was SO looking forward to this, because Matthieu Charneau looks exactly like my first (sadly, unconsummated) crush from high school. But my God is this bad: Schubert’s Trio in E-Flat was clichéd when Tony Scott used it in The Hunger 30 years ago, the coke-addled editing never lights on the clothes or models long enough for them to be actually seen, the color saturation appears to have been tacked on to make the badly-lit B&W sequence work in contrast. Epic fail.

  5. Paul R says

    @TominSF: What clothes? I saw a few bathing suits and one ripped-up (“deconstructed”) t-shirt.

    Nothing about this “film” (calling it that is so pretentious) did anything for me aside from making me think, Looks like a nice beach! Mugler is stuck in the 80s, and after accidentally viewing a nude photo of him recently I get kind of nauseous when I see his name.

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