Romain Gavras talks about working with Robert Pattinson in an interview with ‘Io donna’

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Where did you get the inspiration for the video? 
Working closely with the team of Dior. Hundred lifetimes in a day and the words of James Dean: “Dream as if you’ll live forever. Live as if you were to die today.” The result is a character who goes through emotions and different places. Then, with the cinematographer André Chemetoff and production designer Jean -Michel Bertin, we looked for the best visual grammar to tell this story fragmented.

How would you describe the Dior Homme man?
The man we want to represent is someone light, at ease in any situation. It could be on a deserted beach, in a luxury hotel or in an empty house in which he has just moved: he would always be himself. We wanted to move away from the stereotype of the successful, rich and arrogant, and that is why we have added details such…

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*SCAN* Robert Pattinson in Grazia magazine – South Africa

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Fragances often trigger memories. Do you have memories related to scents?
I remember my dad wearing Brut de Farbegé. He still has it, and it reminds me of my early school days. So strange it is so ingrained in me; I can still imagine exactly what it smelled like. Later when I was 12 and started talking to girls, I thought wearing perfume was the cool thing to do. I remember being on holiday in Portugal and watching teenagers going into bars. As I believed that splashing cologne would convince everyone I was an adult, I sure did: that and hair gel were my best friends that summer.

Are there landscapes or cities you associate with certain scents?
My dad comes from Yorkshire where the moors have miles of heather, and the smell of it is just incredible.

Do you have a favorite scent?
I like the smell…

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*VIDEO* Nicole Kidman talks about Robert Pattinson, his fans and ‘Queen of the Desert’

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If you haven’t heard by now, the Oscar winner is likely replacing her bestie Naomi Watts to star opposite Pattinson in Queen of the Desert, a period piece about British writer, traveler, archeologist and spy Gertrude Bell.

“That’s OK, I’ll be ready,” Kidman told me about the Twi-fans when I caught up with her Variety’s Power of Women event on Friday. “I think they’ll have a tough time finding us over there in Morocco, won’t they?”

Kidman did admit she still isn’t officially attached to the project. “It’s not all signed, sealed and delivered,” she said. “But…it’s certainly in rapid sort of motion.”

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