Since 1951, Hamilton watches have been popular among the big Hollywood film directors. With a repertoire of over 400 films, the brand certainly knows how to meet the expectations of actors and actresses.

The timepieces worn by the characters Maravan and Andrea in "Der Koch", directed by Ralf Huettner, evoke love and passion, just like the film, which tells the story of two colleagues starting out in creating lovers' menus for couples who have hit a sticky patch. The Hamilton Jazzmaster Viewmatic Skeleton Lady combines romanticism with a careful attention to detail. Its masculine counterpart, the Hamilton Jazzmaster Viewmatic Gent, represents the meeting of beautiful mechanics with a strong affirmation of virility. The exclusive H-20-S movement places both these models centre stage, revealed using the traditional art of skeletonisation.

Hamilton Jazzmaster Viewmatic Skeleton Lady - Hamilton Jazzmaster Viewmatic Skeleton Gent

Hamilton Jazzmatser Viewmatic Skeleton Lady - Hamilton Jazzmaster Viewmatic Skeleton Gent © Hamilton


Hamilton will be accompanying Andrea and Maravan on an aphrodisiac journey across Switzerland, visiting all the Christ jewellers stores, which will culminate in a oriental finale in the PurPur bar in Zurich for the Hamilton Music & Senses Get-Together on 2 September, just after the avant-première of the film, which will go on general release in Switzerland on 4 September 2014.

"Der Koch", produced by Senator Film (Sonja Ewers, Helge Sasse) and C-Films Produktion 2 (Anne Walser), in co-production with Schubert International, Network Movie and the Swiss Broadcasting Corporation.

Tickets for the avant-première and the Hamilton Music & Senses Get-Together are available from: