A few more video trailers have been uploaded to YouTube this week for the Conchita Wurst–Jean Paul Gaultier ‘A Coeur de la Nuit‘ documentary due to be aired in Austria on November 2nd, and they’re interesting.
There’s a short ‘teaser’ trailer with Conchita and Jean Paul asking people to be sure to watch the program when it airs, which is cute, as they genuinely look like they had a lot of fun together.
There’s also a clip showing a male pole dancer that’s quite amazing — the control and power he shows in some of his moves is, frankly, astounding, so it’s no wonder Conchita and Jean Paul seem impressed
The two even take a cable car across Vienna, and talk about Jean Paul Gaultier’s fashion show — the one Conchita herself was in — and, funnily, it seems even the man himself couldn’t tell that Conchita was nervous when she walked the cat walk (as I said here, 99 percent of the people in the room couldn’t). She, however, admits she was.
Finally, the pair are at a design studio in Vienna where Conchita pins fabric onto a dummy as the basic design for a dress. Jean Paul holds the pins.
From all four clips, ‘A Coeur de la Nuit‘ is looking like it’s going to be fascinating, particularly as I would have expected Conchita to be nervous around Jean Paul Gaultier. But she more than held her own.
Interestingly too, up until Conchita started working with him, I was never enamoured of Jean Paul Gaultier as he always seemed a bit ‘stuck on himself’. But, thanks to Conchita, it looks like I was incorrect on that score as from what she says about him, and what I’ve seen of him myself in the last few months, he really does seem to be a lovely, lovely man. Particularly as he’s so wonderful with her.
Besides, as has now become evident to me, I judge many people by how nice or not nice they are to Conchita. And that’s absolutely fine, as I don’t think there’s a better way of deciding the character of a person than how they talk about or treat the lovely Ms. Wurst.
Watch the four video trailers below, and leave a comment in the box under them if you have something to say.