A brand new movie options the “two drifters” connecting through non-public jet at a Bel Air mansion.
Did now we have any doubt that Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s day-to-day is stuffed with non-public jets, chauffeured vehicles and many bling? Which is why their intimate new marketing campaign movie for Tiffany & Co. may in all probability double as a documentary.
Within the Beyoncé Jay-Z Tiffany movie, Queen B sings “Moon River,” the track made standard by the 1961 movie Breakfast at Tiffany’s, whereas winging in direction of Jay-Z on a personal jet. Not fairly the “two drifters” that Audrey Hepburn sang about within the movie whereas sitting on a window ledge looking onto a fireplace escape within the movie. Simply earlier than the movie closes, Beyoncé pulls up in a chauffeured automobile to reunite together with her hubby at Orum Home, an architectural masterpiece overlooking Bel Air.
One other clip has Beyoncé tinkling on a grand piano, whereas the 128.54-carat Tiffany Diamond dangles down her again. That might be the identical mega rock that performed a starring position within the Tiffany & Co. print marketing campaign launched in August. Jay-Z , who in a single scene watches a house video he shot of his beloved in (the place else?) a personal screening room, wears cufflinks reimagined from the legendary Jean Schlumberger Hen on a Rock brooch.
Tiffany & Co. describe the movie as “stripped down and uncooked, capturing the Carters’ indescribable chemistry by way of stolen moments of intimacy.” The longing felt between the movie’s co-stars is tangible as they share varied tender moments.
On this mission, Beyoncé is reunited with Ghanaian-Dutch director Emmanuel Adjei following their earlier work collectively on 2020’s visible album ‘Black is King’.
Along with the Beyonce Jay-Z Tiffany movie, the jeweller has partnered with BeyGOOD and the Shawn Carter Basis to create the Tiffany & Co. About Love Scholarship Program. Tiffany & Co. has pledged USD $2M in scholarship funding for college kids within the arts and inventive fields at Traditionally Black Schools and Universities (HBCUs).