James Franco has done it all, at least it seems like he has! He’s gone from college student, to being an author, soap opera star, actor, producer, screenwriter and now short film director for shoe-designer-to-the-stars Stuart Weitzman. The 34-year-old hunk directed Czechoslovakian supermodel Petra Nemcova in a series of four one-minute vignettes inspired by the ’80s movie Mondo New York.
Set to a modern remake of the classic Patsy Cline song, “Walking After Midnight” by the band Girl in a Coma, the film captures the attributes of the Stuart Weitzman woman – independent, confident, sexy and playful – in a visually seductive and intriguing way, a press release said. This chic and sophisticated woman lives in motion; she is as comfortable in her own skin as she is in her Stuart Weitzmans. The film illustrates that no matter how high the heel, Stuart Weitzman stilettos can take you from day to night – and early into the next morning.
The first of four videos, entitled, “TheBackflip”, was released at midnight via the Stuart Weitzman Facebook page and can be seen below. The next three episodes will be released on consecutive “Weitzman Wednesdays” and the entire film will go live on October 26th.