Celluloid Diaries: I'm on the poster of The Strange Color Of Your Body's Tears

Sunday, July 28, 2013

I'm on the poster of The Strange Color Of Your Body's Tears

The Stranger Color Of Your Body's Tears movie poster

I'm on the poster of The Strange Color Of Your Body's Tears (original French title: L'étrange couleur des larmes de ton corps), the new film by Amer directors Bruno Forzani and Hélène Cattet. I may be used to seeing my name on a movie poster, but having my image portrayed is a first for me. The reason I modeled for this is that it was designed by my boyfriend Gilles Vranckx. I really love how the poster turned out. What do you think?

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  1. Beautiful design, french-retro with a dabble of the 60's... thank you for sharing.

    Jeremy H.

    New Look, New Name and Same Stuff...
    [Being-Retro]

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  2. Wow! It's beautiful. He's very talented.

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  3. It's beautiful. Miranda's right - he's very talented. :)

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  4. Wow, congrats! That's really fun. It looks fantastic.

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  5. Wow, that's awesome! Congratulations.

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  6. Beautiful! It turned out wonderful, how exciting to be on a movie poster!

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  7. It's beautiful—very artistic! Congrats. :)

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  8. That is stunning. All women should have a poster like that. :)

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  9. it is truly a gorgeous one, Vanessa!

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  10. Nice work! Where can I get this poster?!

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  11. Indeed the question is worth repeating: is this poster for order anywhere? I know "Amer" was available through the duo directors' website once.

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  12. Saw this movie recently on Netflix. VERY strange film and beautiful artwork!

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  13. Glad you posted this. I saw the movie cover and was looking everywhere to see who the artist was but it's hard to find. He should thank you for posting this, it's a beautiful piece.

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  14. The design inspiration looks like it was taken from an old ad for job cigarrettes. http://www.muchafoundation.org/gallery/themes/theme/advertising-posters/object/44

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  15. The design inspiration looks like it was taken from an old ad for job cigarrettes. http://www.muchafoundation.org/gallery/themes/theme/advertising-posters/object/44

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  16. Complete rip off of Alphonse Mucha

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