Blue Is The Warmest Colour’s Adèle Exarchopoulos teams up with co-star and real-life boyfriend Jérémie Laheurte and director Louis De Caunes to produce and star in this passionate short film turned music video for Franch duo TOYS latest single, Fire.

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Actress Adèle Exarchopoulos, whose steamy scenes in the critically acclaimed movie Blue Is The Warmest Colour with current Bond girl Léa Seydoux, joined her model-actor boyfriend Jérémie Laheurte on screen once more, soundtracked by French band TOYS.

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“The film’s about the birth of a love story and the intense and contradictory feelings you can experience at the very beginning of a relationship,” explains director Louis De Caunes. “TOYS and I have an on-going collaboration that started a few years ago with a music video, then a couple of commercials up till they did the score of this short film. It felt right to also release it as a music video for Fire as it talks exactly about the feelings depicted by Adèle and Jérémie.
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TOYS’ Golden Line EP is out now.

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