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Discover the new Miss Dior film

Directed by Sofia Coppola and starring Natalie Portman. Glowing with happiness, Miss Dior is the most beautiful woman in love.
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My god, she looks so beautiful and I couldn't agree more.
I just saw the trailer!!!! I cant wait for the movie :D
Do you know she's having a new film out? The Bling Ring, with Emma Watson! Now if only someone could post a trailer of that!
uau!I love Natalie!and Sofia Coppola best director ever!!!
She looks so different in this ad. This is so typically Sofia Coppola though, haha, youth ful and exuberant.
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