Ah, cinema! As well as dreaming about the plasticity of actors and actresses, we tend to really appreciate their homes! The StyQR team takes a look at the most beautiful homes (in our opinion) in cinema. An opportunity to discover, or rediscover, certain films.

1. Zabriskie Point (1970)

How can you resist? A huge glass villa with a breathtaking view! We said yes!

Film by Michelangelo Antonioni,
Zabriskie Point
is a masterpiece whose soundtrack was largely composed by Pink Floyd! As pleasing to the eye as it is to the ear.

2. Diamonds are eternal (1971)

This seventh installment in the James Bond series produced by Harry Saltzman and Albert R. Broccoli is known in France as Chaud les Glaçons! Personally, we prefer Diamonds Are Forever.

In 2016, it was
for sale
for $8 billion!

3. Ironman (2008)

For us, this villa remains one of the most breathtaking. On the edge of a cliff, bright and airy, you could almost ask Tony Stark for the keys!

One more
villa for sale
for … 14 million euros!

4. Twilight (2008)

Would you have guessed that this article was written by a girl? The Cullen house immediately came to mind!

Known as the
Hoke House
this splendid wooden house in the heart of the forest makes us long for hikes and open fires.

5. Gatsby the Magnificent (2013)

Do you also relive those wild party scenes? Luxury and chandeliers everywhere? The other side of the coin? Gatsby lives alone and dies alone.

Would you like to buy it? For 14 million it’s yours. It’s a gift, isn’t it?

However, the house that inspired Francis Scott Fitzgerald’s book is no longer visible, having been razed to the ground to make way for a larger development.

What’s your favourite film house? Tell us in the comments!

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