Alicia Vikander Runs Out of Answers in Mysterious Short for Vogue

Swedish Star Teams Up Again With Niclas Larssen, Anna Wintour in Sequel to 'Magic Diner'

Published On
Feb 15, 2018

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Two years ago, Swedish actor Alicia Vikander appeared in "Magic Diner" a mysterious short film for Vogue, in which she sought help from a fortune telling machine that she found in a diner, which dispenses cryptic, almost smart-alecky responses to her deep questions.

Now, the "Tomb Raider" star and the same team (director Niclas Larsson and production company Iconoclast) reunite for a sequel. This time, Vikander's star has risen and she's on the front page of all the papers. Even the Nobel Prize Committee want to talk to her! But, alone in her hotel room in the Ritz-Carlton New York, she's anxious and panics when her fortune telling machine runs out of cards. Once again, Vogue editor Anna Wintour plays a cameo, arriving at the end of the film with some "eggs." It's all rather mysterious, but incredibly stylish, which presumably is the point.

Credits

Date
Feb 15, 2018
Brand:
Vogue
Client:
Vogue
Director:
Niclas Larsson
Fashion Editor:
Andrew Mukamal
Executive Producer:
Jean Mougin
Line Producer:
Grant Curatola
Production Supervisor:
Salaah Swan
1st Assistant Director:
Matthew McCann
Director, Photography:
Evan Prosofsky
1st Assistant Camera:
Doug Durant
Production Designer:
Olga Miasnikova
Hair:
Tomo Jidai
Makeup:
Romy Soleimani
Manicure:
Eri Handa
Sound Director:
Philip Kim
Producer:
Iconoclast
Edit Company:
Rock Paper Scissors
Editor:
Carla Luffe
Colorist:
Sofie Borup
Color:
Company 3
Location:
The Ritz-Carlton New York, Central Park
Shot on:
KODAK Motion Picture Film

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