Klein oversaw every detail of the film from the casting to the set design and partnered with Thom Browne for the costumes, which have both a futuristic and old-fashioned feel. He explains, “The idea is the perception of time. Is time an illusion? Does time really exist? And the idea of our perception of time. Where one is in the past, present and future.”
Klein’s vision is inspired and enriched by the most innovative trio in the world of cuisine, the Roca brothers, of El Celler de Can Roca in Spain. Masters of creativity and innovation, they push every boundary possible in the culinary sphere to challenge, inspire, and create memorable experiences. Creating specialist bartools and glassware as well as unique serves of The Macallan single malt that appear in the artwork itself, Klein talks about the El Celler de Can Roca approach as an “ideology of food and whisky that gives a truly different perspective.”
Klein creates his own narrative to connect The Macallan and El Celler de Can Roca, woven around intrigue, mystery and passion. The result is a stunning tableau that captures, dissects and distills a single moment in time on film alongside ten individual images from the same compelling scene.