Dree Hemingway and actor Jason Clarke (most recently seen in The Great Gatsby) in "In Our Time."
Interest in the 1960s and ’70s seems to be never-ending. I can't say that I really understand why that should be so. You can't be nostalgic for something that you never experienced can you? Whatever, it's a very pleasant surprise when people respond positively to images taken decades ago.
"All of the partnerships we have in the film come out of the story -- all come out of references and associations Fitzgerald had during his lifetime. What was really interesting about Brooks Brothers for me was that they were actually the purveyor of Fitzgerald's clothes, and he in fact had a lengthy correspondence during his lifetime with Brooks Brothers. It was a fantastic link between the book itself and a purveyor of men's clothes that still existed to this day.
I was very lucky with Brooks Brothers to be able to collaborate with them. What they allowed me to do was design not only the principle costumes, but also all of the background menswear and to draw on their archive and the historical truth of everything Brooks Brothers made."