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Plot: A provocative and rare glimpse at the most iconic luxury jeweler in the world. From past to present, discovering the behind the scenes creation to those beholden to its charm, Tiffany & Co. is unveiled like never before.
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A (pretty) hot mess
Tiffany has an incredible and fascinating history. Some of it even manages to make its way into this 90 minute documentary. But not much. Mostly this is a breathless ode to the seductive power of luxury items and a celebration of people who need them like oxygen. I could have happily spent 90 minutes learning about the extraordinary Grand Central Tiffany clock, but instead I got wasted minutes of flashy montages of starlets and social x-rays, and a weirdly long tangent into the Capote book / Edward’s film Breakfast at Tiffany’s that included an even weirder examination of the Deep Blue Somethings song of the same name. The film is artfully produced to be sure, but it’s a fabulous 90 minute commercial that does nothing much to make us any wiser about how the store, its visionaries and incredible craftsman created an American commercial and artistic icon. The soundtrack is over-excited and distracting and the parade of people whose lives were touched ever-so-vaguely by the brand is gratuitous. If you’re interested in a deep dive into the back story of an incredible brand, have a look for Patrick Mark’s Faberge: A Life Of It’s Own instead.
Fast-forward is handy
I have an interest in history, advertising, art and design. I was ready to turn this off after about a minute…”celebrities” and socialites dropping f-bombs and talking about what they have and what they would love to have holds no interest for me, and is, in fact, a huge turn-off. I kept going, but the fast-forward button was used many times.
This film could have been half as long as it was if the focus had been solely on the company’s history up to present day. I did find that part interesting, especially the fact that Pantone 1837 is Tiffany blue. The art of some of the jewelry is beautiful, and I would have loved to have seen more time given to the designers and makers.
To be fair, the title does suggest we will have to endure commentary from the so-called “beautiful people”. It does not, however, mean I have to like it.
Unnecessary profanity so you may not want kids to watch.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 26 min (86 min)
Rated Not Rated
Director Matthew Miele
Writer Matthew Miele
Actors Jessica Biel, Katie Couric, Amy Fine-Collins
Country United States
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