Wes Anderson and Roman Coppola Direct Prada Short film

A very French love triangle stars actress Lea Seydoux

Published On
Mar 26, 2013

Editor's Pick

Prada seems to have a knack for high-fashion film that are actually entertaining. We saw this last year when Roman Polanski directed the delightful "A Therapy," starring Helena Bonham Carter and Ben Kingsley. Now, the fashion house returns with the clout of both Wes Anderson and Roman Coppola, with a new short for the Prada Candy fragrance. It stars French actress Lea Seydoux (Midnight in Paris) as a starlet caught between the affections of two young men.

The film was released via three separate episodes. It's filmed in a beautiful, delicate aesthetic (just look at the gorgeous arrangement of candles on the decorated-with-a-bow cake!) with striking symmetry used to frame each shot. At the end of each episode, the fragrance gets a plug. Only one problem: For those who enjoy a sense of closure, the end is not quite as satisfying as the rest of the film was.


Mar 27, 2013
Brand :
Prada Candy
Client :
Prada Candy
Director :
Wes Anderson
Director :
Roman Coppola
Executive Producer :
Lisa Margulis
Executive Producer :
Max Brun
Production Company :
The Directors Bureau
Production Company :
Hi! Production
Producer :
Juiie Alford
Producer :
Ezther Repassy
Production Services :
Pioneer Productions
Director, Photography :
Darius Khondji
Production Designer :
Tunde Csaki
Costume Designer :
Judy Shrewsbury
Editor :
Stephen Perkins

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