The mini-movie was crafted by top Hollywood director Baz Luhrmann, known for lush, visually sensual movies like last year’s “Great Gatsby.”
The setting is New York City, with scenes of luxury penthouses and expansive seaside estates in the tony Hamptons, the nearby summer playground of the rich.
You’d have to be a Wall Street banker, or an NFL quarterback, to act out this fantasy in real life. Although, Gisele would be comfortable, financially, in this world on her own.
She plays opposite Michiel Huisman, a Dutch actor best known as mercenary Daario Naharis on the hit HBO show “Game of Thrones.”
Titled “A woman, a destiny, a perfume. N°5,” the film sees the suave man of means longing to connect.
The supermodel begins her day with a morning swim. She frolics in the ocean with a surfboard and a super tight Chanel wetsuit that exposes her dappled cheeks.
Quick cuts of the nighttime New York City skyline and a nightclub crooner flow in and out.
Gisele, 34, is a total MILF. But for the record, there are no waves quite like the one she’s riding in the Hamptons.
She pulls off her wetsuit revealing her tight body. She spies her lover getting into a Range Rover (chauffeur-driven, of course).
Just then, the nanny trots out her super cute kid for their morning commune. What’s that a note on the table? (Excellent penmanship, btw)
The cherubic child sits obediently while Gisele sprays some Chanel and applies makeup. Then, the nanny whisks the tot out the door.
Then it’s off to work… a modeling job for Chanel, of course. She reads the note and, yes, she’s the one he wants.
She bails on the shoot. (Yes, that’s Baz in a cameo chasing after her.)
She hops in her vintage ’60s-era Austin Healey convertible (est. value $100k) and speeds across Manhattan’s 59th Street bridge into the city. What no traffic?
And there she finds him… in the club. They embrace.
Yes, the rich really are different from you or me. But you can at least smell the same with Chanel No. 5.
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Editor’s Note: Yes, the song is “You’re the One That I Want” from 1978 musical classic “Grease.”