An italic didone can be a very different beast to its upright sibling. Both are highly formalized, but where the upright says “stately and statuesque” and is a favorite of fashion and high class consumer brands, the italic is a rather more active and incisive presence on the screen. The titles here for this film production unit are set in Didot Italic and really energise what is otherwise a sparse and pristine layout.
A note on the micro web typography
The letterspacing has been set to 2px, giving the body text set in Frutiger extra space that suits the preponderance of white in the layout. Overall, this is a good decision and it works well except for the fi letter pair which Safari interprets as a ligature, so the spacing is too tight, making the text look like it is rendering badly (which in fact it is).
Since browsers are still handle ligatures inconsistently, one possible solution would be to use
text-rendering: optimizeSpeed. That forces the browser to ignore ligatures, which in a widely spaced text block, are unnecessary anyway.