Why Watch? Not to put too fine a point on it, but this film has Léa Seydoux — whom you’ve seen in the likes of Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol and Midnight in Paris – star of the yet-to-be-released 3-hour long lesbian love drama Blue is the Warmest Color that took home major awards at Cannes. She’s quite pretty. And this short, put together by New York Fashion house Rag & Bone, is basically just her being fashionable. Beyond that, it’s moody and classy and it feels French. Don’t ask my to explain that statement. Just watch the short.

What Will It Cost? One minute and thirty six seconds.

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