The singer shot a new video in the Palace of the Maestro in Cannes.
Jasmine is preparing to present to the public a new video for their latest
the song “White bird”, recorded together with Leonid Rudenko. Shooting
took place not just anywhere, but in the Villa of the famous couturier Pierre Cardin in
Cannes or, as they affectionately call it is a fun build, in the “Palace
a surreal structure resembles not the dwelling Martians, not
the hobbit hole and really consists of a 28 “bubble” rooms,
which was literally sculpted from durable plastic and foam.
the result was something incredible, like a giant pile of frozen soap bubbles. Simple
mortal to the Villa is almost impossible to get, entrance into the territory
closed, tours at the Villa are very rare, and Jasmine
had to work hard to organize the shooting in Cannes.
the idea was to create an art picture about love, to shoot a story,
unburdened life, and such a stunning art object as Villa Pierre
Cardin fully contributed to the implementation of the project”, says
opinion directed by Laurent king. Create
images of Jasmine in a new music video took on a talented London
stylist Darina Faizova, who previously collaborated with the popular
the Western models. “It’s a timeless love story,” she says about
clip. — “Looking at the footage of the clip, the viewer may think that this is either
past, or present, or future, and the images we chose
shooting for Jasmine were selected with the utmost rigor. The casting Director
gave the singer a portfolio of fifty actors! In the end, discerning
the taste of Jasmine was satisfied with the high blue-eyed Frenchman from Marseille
Samuel. And, admittedly, a poor actor got pretty! In the story
clip, at some point the hero almost drowning, and bronchitis on the set
this episode in the outside pool at a temperature of 8 degrees actor
was only saved by a miracle. However, the film crew during the process had
the opportunity and warm up.
In the story, the beloved heroine Jasmine needs
was a couple of metres to take her in the car, but it turned out that the actor
never got a driver’s license! Behind the wheel sat Samuel, but here is the news
the car a good Frenchman without a license refused. Below
to create the illusion of movement of the car, he was pushed from behind several strong
men, carefully hiding from the camera at a low trunk. When
the machine has reached a certain point it had to revert back —
and so a few takes. Probably any woman would envy
how many calories were burned while shooting the scene in the car!