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Oscar winner Marion Cotillard introduces a new product to help women be taken more seriously in the workplace.
Published March 09, 2010 5m views Immortal More Info »
Additional Credits
Additional Credits:
Starring Marion Cotillard
Featuring Taraji P. Henson, Lesley Ann Warren, & William Fichtner
Directed by Jake Szymanski
Written by Seth Morris
Produced by Mike Farah
Director of Photography: Christian Sprenger
Edited by Jake Szymanski
Forehead TIttaes created by Tony Gardner & Tim Huizing
Production Coordinator: Christin Trogan
Production Designers: Rachael Ferrara & Katie Byron
Hair Stylist for Ms. Cotillard: Robert Vetica
Makeup Artist for Ms. Cotillard: Kara Yoshimoto Bua
Makeup Artist for Ms. Henson: Mylah Morales
Makeup Artist for Mr. Fichtner: Kat Bardot
Wardrobe Designer: Janicza Bravo
Wardrobe Assistant: Gina Barbaro
Sound: BoTown Sound
Graphics: Dustin Bowser
First AC: Alyssa Soetebier
Steadicam Operator: Alex Sax
Gaffer: Cody Jacobs
Best Boy Electric: Bernard Evans
Key Grip: Jake Beemer
Best Boy Grip: Hillary Hannack, Grips: Tony Lopez, Andy Dickieson, & Pat Murphy
Production Assistant: Michelle Fox
Set Photographer: Tiffani Roohani
Sleazy Guy: Curtis Gwinn
Male Designer: Mitch Magee
Actor: Seth Morris
Extras: Nadia Shahin, Sergio Cilli, Codi Fischer, Todd Fasen, Allen Loeb, Drew Marks, Marissa Strickland
Music: Forward Thinking by Danny Davies
Special Thanks: Bryna Rifkin, Hylda Queally, Rebecca Sides Capellan, Lindsay Krug, Justin Grey Stone, Pam Sharp, Charly Shahin, H&M Clothing, Samantha Cruz and Avenue Six Studios
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Published March 09, 2010
The video opens with Marion Cotillard moving through hanging fabric. The
text OscarTM Winner Marion Cotillard appears in the bottom right
corner. The shot cuts to Marion Cotillard walking down a hallway,
talking with a coworker



Marion Cotillard (voiceover): In America, anything is possible.



The shot cuts to Marion Cotillard talking with Seth Morris.



Marion Cotillard (voiceover): It is the land of opportunity.



The shot cuts to closeup of Marion Cotillard smiling for the camera.



Marion Cotillard (voiceover): A place where dreams come true.



The shot cuts to Marion Cotillard walking down a hallway. A man passing
by looks at her chest. She looks down at her own chest. The shot cuts to
her standing with Seth Morris, looking down at her her own chest again.
She looks up at Seth Morris who looks up from her chest. The shot cuts
to Marion Cotillard in a meeting with William Fichtner, who is gesturing
in a manner that indicates he is fixated on her breasts.



Marion Cotillard (voiceover): But women in America must still deal with
sexual objectification wherever they go, especially in the workplace.



Marion Cotillard points to her face and can be seen mouthing the words –
Look at my eyes. The shot cuts to a closeup of Marion Cotillard.



Marion Cotillard: French women have known for centuries. To make a man
respect you, you must make him look you in the eyes.



The shot cuts to a pair of small, artificial breasts.



Marion Cotillard (voiceover): Introducing Forehead Tittaes, by Janae.
France's best kept secret.



The text Forehead Tittaes By Janae appear beneath the artificial
breasts. The shot cuts to Marion Cotillard who has the small, artificial
breasts attached to her forehead, above her eyes. She puts a finger to
her lips.



Marion Cotillard: Shhhh.



The shot cuts to Marion Cotillard walking down a hallway and passing a
man who had stared at her chest previously. His stare is fixed on her
head.



Marion Cotillard (voiceover): Lab tests prove that Forehead Tittaes
actually redirect the male gaze from the chest to the general area of
the brain.



The shot cuts to Marion Cotillard Standing with Seth Miller, who is also
looking at her head, rather than her chest. The shot cuts to a closeup
of Marion Cotillard and then to her in the office with William Fichtner.
William Fichtner is gesturing in a manner that shows he is not fixated
on her Forehead Tittaes, rather than her real breasts.



Marion Cotillard (voiceover): Forehead Tittaes' sleek, elegant design
earns their respect without sacrificing your femininity.



The shot cuts to Marion Cotillard in a bathroom, attaching the Forehead
Tittaes to her forehead.



Marion Cotillard (voiceover): Forehead Tittaes are safe, reusable and
easily applied.



The shot cuts to Taraji P. Henson moving through hanging fabric. She is
wearing a pair of Forehead Tittaes.



Taraji P. Henson: There's a Forehead Tittae for everyone.



Leslie Ann Warren moves into the shot and stands next to Taraji P.
Henson. Leslie Ann Warren is also wearing a pair of Forehead Tittaes.



Leslie Ann Warren: Because respect never goes out of style.



The shot crossfades to Taraji P. Henson, Leslie Ann Warren and Marion
Cotillard standing together.



Marion Cotillard: Forehead Tittaes, by Janae.



The shot cuts to several pairs of Forehead Tittaes. Marion Cotillard's
face appears in the upper, right hand corner. The text – Forehead
Tittaes by Janae appears beneath Marion Cotillard and the Forehead
Tittaes.



Marion Cotillard: Make them almost look you in the eyes.



The shot cuts back to Taraji P. Henson, Leslie Ann Warren and Marion
Cotillard standing together.



Taraji P. Henson, Leslie Ann Warren and Marion Cotillard (together): Ou
eyes are up here.



The video cuts to black.
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