hard to tell from that photo. But it kind of looks like a vintage Vacheron Constantin
maybe a Chopard Luc?
Doubtful IMO. Firstly the lugs in the pic look very different, secondly, unless the studio (I'm assuming this pic is a still from a movie or a TV show) makes a deliberate point of brand placement for watches, this is going to turn out to be, "Whatever the wardrobe lady had in her watch box that fit the director's requirements for a dress watch". I don't think production companies keep a safe full of brand-name watches on-set just so the commentary in the director's cut can say, "In the shower scene he sports a Breguet diver, she a Cartier Tank Francaise, and you'll notice the latter is set to Rwandan time, to link up with the minor story arc started with the comment about chocolate by the waitress in the coffee-shop scene in Episode 3 of Season 2, who herself was wearing a Parmigiani Fleurier because the director was sleeping with her and thought it meant cheese and flowers".
Frankly, they're almost always just whatever's available. Like "costume jewellery" it's really just for the look.
"Either he's dead or my watch has stopped"
"The only reason for time is so that everything does not happen at once..."
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