In the translucent LA dusk we discover four women living very different lives. The camera follows each as they wind down their working days, their four stories weaving together as each prepares for their evening.

Shot by Iranian-American screenwriter and director, Massy Tadjedin, with a stellar international cast, Aubrey Plaza, Gemma Arterton, Patricia Clarkson and Rinko Kikuchi, culminating in a gripping cameo performance by rising songstress, Zola Jesus.

"We make our faces, our suits, our selves just a little more ready for wherever it is we're going. Fashion is never just the clothes. It's our mood, our excitement for something, our expectations, our attitudes, our outlooks. Managing those is often what getting ready is all about and that's what our short tries to capture." Massy Tadjedin

The four women quietly take part in their private acts of preparation, but the transformation is also psychological, as they take stock of the day and mentally prepare for the evening ahead.

It's Getting Late is the fourth film in Miu Miu's series of short films, the Women's Tales, by leading female directors, Zoe Cassavetes, Lucrecia Martel and Giada Colagrande. Each film explores the feminine love affair with Miu Miu through the lens of their diverse sensibilities.

Other Women’s Tales

"The Powder Room"
Women’s Tales #1

by Zoe Cassavetes

"Muta"
Women’s Tales #2

by Lucrecia Martel

"The Woman Dress"
Women’s Tales #3

by Giada Colagrande

"The Door"
Women’s Tales #5

by Ava DuVernay

"Le donne della Vucciria"
Women’s Tales #6

by Hiam Abbass

"Spark and Light"
Women’s Tales #7

by So Yong Kim

"Somebody"
Women’s Tales #8

by Miranda July