Have you seen ‘Midnight in Paris‘, the amazing movie by Woody Allen (2011)?
I’ve developed, since a lot of time, a true love for Woody Allen for so many reasons: I love who can make a fool of him/herself beeing able to make a good use of irony and self-irony, then I have a weakness for the ‘insane’ genius, even if I studied psychology at the University and, finally, I own a sort of aesthetic snobbery that makes me feel a little ashamed sometimes and proud of some other times.
This movie, a part of these reasons, made me crazy for the wonderful journey into the 20’s that have been such glittery years full of charme. But why did I start talking about cinema? Well, not just because I like to wander off, but because there is a beautiful video by Chevrolet that re-elaborates the movie’s ‘Midnight in Paris’ suggestions: this time the protagonist, a charmy 30’s style gentlemen with a little well-groomed whisker, went home with some friends on board a wonderful Chevrolet SUV (yes, for the distracred of you, you should know the SUV is born right in the 30’s by Chevrolet).
The protagonist, however, once arrived in front of his house, decided to take a lift by some ‘contemporary guys’ on board one Trax. The man were so fashinated by the new Suv technology that abandoned himself to the ‘modern’ night, made by lights, ‘weird’ dresses, music and the ‘high-speed’ of life without loosing, though, his own origins’ elegance, exactly as Trax does. Enjoy this video that Chevrolet and Autoaspillo are presenting for the first time: maybe it will inspire you for the beautiful XmasInTrax that we’ll spend together on Tusday, the 10th, in Turin, or it will simply make you smile.
To me, the video gave the idea about what to write in the letter to Santa Claus: ‘Dear Santa Claus, this year under the Christmas three, could you let me find an original Chrevolet SUV, the 30’s one, that would be so appropriated with my style of grandma’s chests stealer? And, if it won’t bother you, could you also add a power steering and the MyLink system? Your affacionated, Lisa.’ I’m just trying, we never know..