Diane (Anne Dorval) wears a classic men’s perfume by Christian Dior – Eau Sauvage. She hasn’t bought it (most of the time she’s broke), but she’s using the leftovers of a bottle her uncle gave her. If she could buy perfume, she would probably wear something overtly sexy and feminine, but the Dior perfume strangely suits her. Her son Steve (Antoine-Olivier Pilon) loves it: “You smell like fucking heaven,” he comments.
Eau Sauvage, famous for its legendary fresh citrusy notes on a woody base, was created by Edmond Roudnitska and introduced in 1966.