There are plenty of adjectives to describe Prada’s film Castello Cavalcanti, directed by Wes Anderson.
It tells a neat little story that is quirky, surreal, funny, almost farcical at times. It is a captivating and subtly branded 7m30s, which feels luxurious in its direction and production values. Aside from the luxury there were no other tangible links to Prada, but Prada can be proud that its first forays into films of this nature have been so successfully executed. This recent film was a follow up to their collaboration with Roman Polanski a year ago, which integrated product in a slightly less subtle, but very satisfying way. We look forward to seeing their next outing.