Not only can Marion Cotillard sing and dance, she can leap over a pool in two bounds.

You read that right: The 39-year-old's latest project for Dior is a more, well, conceptual video that she co-wrote and directed with Metronomy's frontman Joseph Mount and Villaine.

The short feature shows the actress walking slowly around a picturesque, resort-style backyard before tearing off her Dior heels and hopping the length of a pool in two fluid skips. She models a structured silver Dior handbag throughout the video, as well as a figure-hugging black bodysuit.

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Flying over bodies of water aside, Marion shows off her dancing and singing chops (she voices the background music in the video)—harking back to the musical talent that landed her a role playing Édith Piaf in 2007's La Vie en Rose. Cotillard won an Oscar for her portrayal of the French cabaret singer.

The short film lulls you into somewhat of a trance, and Marion looks more beautiful than ever with soft pinned waves and a deep pink lip. As far as what it all means, we'll leave the interpreting to you.

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