CHRISTIAN DIOR ‘TERMINAL 3’ FILM
Inspired by Point Blank, the 1967 film from director John Boorman, Terminal 3, a film for ...
December 26, 2014
Inspired by Point Blank, the 1967 film from director John Boorman, Terminal 3, a film for Christian Dior, dives into the aesthetic of the ‘60s, weaving an abstract tale of intrigue.
The destinies of these two women dressed in the Christian Dior Resort 2015 collection appear intimately linked to that of the elegant man in the well-cut suit. Actor, model and photographer Eric Monjoin stars as the young man caught up in a story of jealousy between two beautiful women, while actresses Jessica Joffe and Ingrid Schram take on the roles of the love rivals. Terminal 3, by Philip-Lorca diCorcia, relates a story punctuated by an exceptional visual sense.
There’s a darkness lurking beneath the glamour – just look at the trio of prescription med bottles on the nightstand next to the J’Adore perfume. With the incessant march of her heels shattering the calm, she stalks the streets in a glittering ’65 Cadillac, wearing the unhinged look of a scorned Stepford Wife. The film manages to condense an entire spectrum of human emotion – uncertainty, desire, rage, jealousy, and deceit.