2014-12-20

Louis Vuitton and movie "Gone with the Bullets"《一步之遙》


Fifteen antique trunks transported from Louis Vuitton Museum in Paris have become one of the exclusive highlights of Gone With the Bullets, celebrated actor-director JIANG Wen's 3D epic set for national release on 18 December. Spiced with extravagance, humour, adventure, suspense and romance, JIANG's highly anticipated follow-up to Let the Bullets Fly has been hailed as "the best Chinese movie of the past 20 years" by Hollywood.

十五個空運自巴黎路易威登博物館的古董旅行箱成為電影《一步之遙》的奪目亮點,這部由著名演員及導演姜文執導的3D電影將於12月18日登陸全國各大院線。電影匯集幽默、冒險、懸疑、愛情多重元素,並譽為繼《讓子彈飛》後另一令人高度期待之作,在荷里活獲得「近二十年來最好華語片」的美譽。




On his collaboration with the luxury trunk maker, JIANG says Louis Vuitton's iconic productions appropriately enhance the historical texture of the movie. "Louis Vuitton and our team share the same commitment in quality, which has been realized in the form of cinematic art and production design in this project."  The story surrounds the adventurers' stories in the 1920's Shanghai with numerous scenes of trains and automobiles, the modes of travelling of the time, poetically echoing the spirit of "journey and adventure" of the renowned maison. "We worked with the best for the best. What appears in the movie are real antique trunks. They are historical and irreplaceable,"

「路易威登對品質的追求和我們一樣,這次合作剛好在我們電影藝術設計的範疇內」,談及與路易威登的合作,姜文表示路易威登能完美地協助電影還原歷史質感。此外,電影《一步之遙》是關於20年代冒險家在上海發生的故事,電影中有不少場景涉及到火車和汽車,與路易威登品牌「旅行及冒險」的精神剛好吻合,「為什麼不用最專業的品牌來做最專業的事呢﹖電影裡用到的是真正的古董箱,這不是隨便可以替代的」。



Since 1854, Louis Vuitton trunks have crossed times and borders with the first trains, legendary ocean liners, to automobiles and the first aircraft. The spirit of Louis Vuitton's history and savoir faire embodies the message in this story that takes place in Shanghai.

自1854年起,從火車、海上遠洋,到汽車和航空旅行,路易威登旅行箱跨越了時間和空間的限制。路易威登品牌歷史的精神及獨特理念透過這來自上海的故事淋漓盡致地呈現。










Source:
Louis Vuitton HK 


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