Martin Scorsese’s new film for Bleu de Chanel, starring Timothée Chalamet

Timothée Chalamet catches up with GQ  about shooting with Marty on the mean streets of SoHo. The commercial, a 90-second film inspired by Federico Fellini’s 1968 short Toby Dammit, is more mood board for a feeling than hard sell for a scent. It’s fun. It’s cool. It’s very, very bleu. “Strong images that tell a story in 60 seconds [or 90] is probably the most difficult thing to do,” Scorsese emphasizes in the Behind the Scenes featurette. The commercial, which was due out last fall, was delayed through the winter—prompting the Chalamet sleuths to pound the internet pavement, digging deeply for answers to where this sleek gem of a short film might’ve gone.

Read more here at GQ.

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