Academy Award-winning director Sofia Coppola, who was recently named a "friend" of Cartier last year, helms the film timed for the relaunch of the French luxury label's Panthère watch.
The iconic timepiece which was originally released in 1983 and has been out of production since 2004, was relaunched in June this year.
The film directed by Coppola stars Mad Max: Fury Road and Gods of Egypt actress Courtney Eaton and disco queen Donna Summer's daughters Brooklyn and Amanda Sudano. The soundtrack also features the 'I feel love' by Summer.
"When the Panthère watch came out in 1983, there were so many great movies, and I love the stars of that time. I remember the glamourous kind of women who wore a Panthère watch. It was just a stylish time to remember and to propose a modern interpretation of it.
"The Panthère woman is elegant, sophisticated, chic and glamourous, still sexy and fun. I think she is a European woman who travels, so we set the story in that way."
The watch comes in two sizes and 14 styles, ranging from a small steel model (S$5,500) to a medium white gold and diamond version (S$40,500).