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Media Film
Market Italy
Agency Publicis Italy
Chief Creative Officer Bruno Bertelli
Executive Creative Director Cristiana Boccassini
Art Director Alice Teruzzi
Copywriter Francesca Ferracini
Production Division Paris
Director Francois Rousselet
Released January 2018

Credits & Description

Client: Diesel
Geo: Italy
Agency: Publicis Italia
Global Chief Creative Director Publicis WW e Ceo Publicis Italia: Bruno Bertelli
Executive Creative Director: Cristiana Boccassini
Digital Creative Directors: Milos Obradovic, Mihnea Gheorghiu
Associative Creative Directors: Eddy Guimaraes, Vinicius Dalvi
Creative Supervisor: Simone Di Laus
Art Director: Alice Teruzzi
Copywriter: Francesca Ferracini
Head of Planning: Bela Ziemann
Senior Creative Planners: Noa Dekel, Monica Radulescu
Account Team: Barbara Pusca, Filippo D’Andrea, Camilla Poli, Maria Elena Gaglianese
Head of Digital: Pierluigi Roselli
Social Media Manager: Doina Tatu
Agency Producer: Silvia Cattaneo
Art Buyer: Caterina Collesano

Production Company: DIVISION Paris
Director: François Rousselet
DOP: Simon Chaudoir
Editor: Adriana Legay
Ex. Producer: Jules de Chateleux  
Line Producer : Aurelia Lafaye
Post production: MPC
VFX Supervisor (3D): Andy Steele
VFX Supervisor (2D): Alex Lovejoy
VFX Producer: Dafydd Upsdell
Grade: MPC
Colourist: Richard Fearon
Music Design and Editing: GRAND CENTRAL
Music Editing and Sound Design : Raja Sehgal
Stylist: Davey Sutton
Photographer: Florence & Nicholas
Post Production: Numerique
Published: January 2018
Synopsis:
This is the story of a boy and a girl who meet and fall in love right after they both choose to remedy their very obvious, society-defined, flaws. In a short-movie directed, once again, by Francois Rousselet to the timeless soundtrack “What’s a Matter Baby” from Small Faces, we discover that, eventually, our so-called flaws will always be stronger than any of our attempts to hide them. So why not embrace, celebrate them and keep the world as it’s meant to be: beautifully flawed?