jueves, 19 de mayo de 2011
I'm really excited to see L'Amour Fou. Not only pictures one of the most iconic designers in history but it's also about art, love and everlasting relationships. Even though it's the directorial debut of Pierre Thoretton his compromise with the story goes beyond just directing. As he told to Dazed Digital, he started filming about their art collection Laurent and Bergé had and ended up realising the collection was them, their mad love. About the title, Thoretton said "I chose it myself – it is also the title of a book by André Breton and a film by Jacques Rivette. But that’s not what it was about. It’s just that their relationship was mad love. 50 years, that’s just mad. And that’s what we all want – true love."
If you want to read more about the interview go here.