House of Cardin is a French documentary about the influential international designer, Pierre Cardin. The film includes interviews with his colleagues and friends as well as montages of his various collections and artistic pursuits. The film is in English, French, Japanese and Mandarin, subtitled in English.
The film briefly references World War II and the death of Andre Oliver from AIDS.
In archival footage, an explosion is seen and running soldiers are shown as Cardin recalls trying to get to Paris during World War II.
The film contains brief verbal sexual references, including Cardin saying, "Everyone wanted to sleep with me," and a speech he gave for Jeanne Moreau, where he recalls "making love" with her in a hotel room.
Two female performers are briefly viewed showing breast nudity during a montage of the performances at l'Espace Cardin.
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