Directed by Anton Corbijn, the latest Miss Dior film tells the story of a hesitant bride on the day of her wedding. On the notes of the classic “A Piece Of My Heart” by Janis Joplin, Natalie Portman is left alone with herself on her big day, but the face she sees in the mirror doesn’t seem to feel right about it.
The bride-to-be turns and runs away just when she is about to reach the altar, reaching for freedom in the tall grass, getting rid of wedding dress and flowers, and is then rescued by a likely lover on board of a helicopter.
In one of the initial scenes, Natalie Portman utters: “It’s Miss, actually” to the waiter calling her Madam. And that is the whole point of the film, really. Yeah, #itsmissactually: Miss Dior.