Which leads us to the question that's been burning our lips. If Sean O'Pry were a woman, who would he be ? He answers without a second's hesitation : "My mom". "She's a saint, she always puts other people's happiness first". And someone in the public eye ? A female role model ? He thinks, then shoots out the answer, grinning : "If I were a woman, I'd be every woman so I could spend my time fondling my breats". We tell him this is word for word a line by an amazing actor in a classic French film, François Truffaut's -Bed and board (1970). He grins, delighted by his impromptu quote. He says he's heard of New Wave cinema but his personal favourites are '40s and '50s American movies. "Basically, I went from American pie to Casablanca. I've been a huge fan of Humphrey Bogart, Montgomery Clift, Clark Gable ever since". Does he dream of an acting career ? "No. My dream is to watch a runway show. You know I've never been invited [laughs] !"