An adaptation of Boris Vian's 1947 novel "Froth on the Daydream", MOOD INDIGO is a love story that could only be told in the cinematic voice of GONDRY, blurring the lines between reality and fantasy with a visual narrative that mirrors the sentiments and creative impact of the late Duke Ellington's "MOOD INDIGO". From the creative mind of MICHEL GONDRY, L'écume des Jours (MOOD INDIGO), is a surreal and poetic tale of Colin (played by Romain Duris), an idealistic and inventive young man, and Chloé (played by Audrey Tautou), a young woman who is revealed as a physical embodiment of the eponymous Dukle Ellington tune. Their idyllic marriage is turned upside down when Chloé falls sick with a water lily growing in her lung. To pay for her medical bills in this fantasy version of Paris, Colin must go out to work in a series of increasingly absurd jobs, while around them, their apartment disinterates ant their friends, including the talented Nicola (Omar Sy), and Chick (Gad Elmaleh) - a huge fan of the philosoper Jean-Sol Partre - go to pieces. MARK BUXTON: "For me the film L'écume des jours as a whole was carried by Jazz music; I like this ambiance. The flowers play a strong role (WATER LILY) the film which starts gay and luminous turns and becomes very dark! "INDIGO" The fragrance is based on dark woody notes with a lot of incense, which represents the Jazz music for me. There is a short passage in the fragrance, where you smell the light, bright WATER LILY. The CAMOMILE and RED PEPPER give rhythm and movement to the whole accord."
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