Chanel, No 5

Campaign Work, Thursday, 26 February 2009 01:54PM

The ad takes the theme of a love story, in which Kidman plays an elegant, sexy celebrity besieged by paparazzi. In the ad, Kidman is seen entering a building and climbing a staircase where she meets Brazilian actor Rodrigo Santoro, who appeared in last year's hit comedy 'Love Actually'. The pair kiss and disappear into a room before Kidman reappears to greet her fans, wearing a pendant saying No 5. It is the only reference to Chanel in the ad. It is directed by 'Moulin Rouge' director Baz Luhrmann. Media buying is through Mediaedge:cia

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