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Watch: Natalie Portman’s Dior Film


By Jeanne Sutton
05th Feb 2015
Watch: Natalie Portman’s Dior Film

Natalie Portman’s latest short film for the timeless Miss Dior fragrance is a delight. It’s Miss Actually is directed by the acclaimed Anton Corbijn and takes place on the French Riviera. Portman is a runaway bride who is showing signs of cold feet as her nuptials approach. As she approaches her groom, her stern father telling her how proud he is of her, she legs it with a sorry, not sorry smile.

The dreamy wedding gown – Dior, of course – is discarded and she hails a helicopter while waving from a Mediterranean cliff in an impeccable LBD. Cue Natalie flying off to freedom while her co-pilot gets some neck action. All this to Janis Joplin’s fabulously raspy voice belting out the iconic Piece of my Heart. It’s as if Sofia Coppola directed Runaway Bride.

Watch the film below.

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