Plot / Description"Wilhelmina: Show Your True Self"
This short film-styled advertisement features the beautiful and sexy Monica Cruz (sister of Penelope Cruz). The setting is a dirty city decades the past where a woman, Wilhelmina (played by Cruz), is being driven through town in the rain in a horse drawn carriage. The carriage comes to a stop outside of a building on a narrow street and Wilhelmina gets out wearing white high-heeled shoes, a dress, and a purple hooded robe. She walks down the stairs to a basement where she is met by a strange old man. As he leads her down the hall, they are greeted with strange lights and sounds. They reach a room at the end of the hall and the man takes the woman's robe showing off the white dress she is wearing underneath. She takes a quick scan of the room which includes a canary in a cage before walking over to a raised are obviously set up for a photo shoot. The man prepares his old wooden camera while telling her that his magical camera takes photographs of your "true self". As he gets under the cloth covering of the camera and begins to focus it, the photographer sees that Wilhelmina's true self is a dirty girl. We see her in several different types of sexy lingerie as she touches herself, crawls around seductively, gets in various tempting poses. At the end, it is all too much for the old photographer and he says the double entendre, "That's never happened before". She looks at a cactus that is standing up straight and tall (which was limp and falling over in the beginning - rewind and see) and says simply, "Really?"
VoiceoverYes, this way m'dear. *cough*
My camera will photograph you true self.
Oh yes. Are you certain you want to continue, Miss Pretty?
I will do it.
That's never happened before.
Written TextAgent Provocateur and Black Label Productions present "Wilhelmina"
Written & Directed by Jim Pope
Agent Provocateur - Show Your True Self
Producer: Dom Freeman
Cinematographer: Tim Maurice-Jones
Film Costumes: Suzie Harman
Production Designer: Russell De Rozario
Editor: Vid Price
Sound Design: Tom Heady at Wave
Post Production: The Mill
Music: 'Dirt' by Iggy and the Stooges
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