Paris Loves L.A., the Los Angeles cabaret show of torch French torch singer Adele Jacques, in collaboration with pianist Russell Rinker and some of the best jazz on the West Coast, revisits the sultry, iconic relationship between Serge Gainsbourg and Brigitte Bardot during the 1960's. Created in Los Angeles, the show has now toured nationally and internationally, expending its presence in licensing and film, shooting an upcoming travel series in big cities around de world under the name “Paris Loves …” .
INTOXICATED MAN / video debut
In a mid-60's Parisian party, a late night "chassé-croisé" reveals the emotional struggle between a drunk pianist and a lady singer. Alcohol vapors and cigarette smokes cloud the issue until a mysterious Italian man intervenes.
This video is the Serge Gainsbourg cover of 1964 "Intoxicated Man" and PARIS LOVES L.A.'s first EP. Adele Jacques, creator of the project and the live show, signs here her debut as a writer and director. Shot in a studio downtown Los Angeles, Adele produced the film with the support of Kickstarter pledgers. This film is a musical homage to Roger Vadim and Jean-Luc Godard.
COLLABORATION & CLIENTS: AFI Film Festival, Flux, Montalban Theater, Good Day LA, The Kennedy Administration, Los Angeles French Consulate, Dom Perignon, Chateau Marmont, Roosevelt Hotel, MOCA Geffen, Levi’s, Perrier, Roger Vivier, Le Baron N.Y., Standard Hotel N.Y., Verrechia and Partners, Silent Movie Theater, Modernism Palm springs.