perfumes in movies

Same Kind of Different as Me (2017)

There are several perfumes in Debbie's bedroom. The first from the left is Bond No. 9 The Scent of Peace, a citrusy creation by Michel Almairac. Then there's Chanel Beige, from Les Exclusives de Chanel collection. It was created by Jacques Polge and presented in 2008. The large spray bottle that resembles a ring is… Continue reading Same Kind of Different as Me (2017)

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Sliding Doors (1997)

There's a Christian Dior houndstooth splash bottle on Helen's vanity, but unfortunately the front label is never clearly visible. It looks white with a touch of pink, but it could be just a lighting trick. In any case, this bottle was used to contain eaux de toilette and eaux de cologne, so many possibilities open… Continue reading Sliding Doors (1997)

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Le dîner de cons (1998)

Pierre Brochant (Thierry Lhermitte) is a Parisian publisher who attends an "idiots' dinner" every week with his posh friends: they usually invite an "idiot" and ridicule him during the dinner. The "idiot" he's selected is François Pignon (Jacques Villeret), who works at the Finance Ministry. Pierre's plan is disrupted by a sudden back pain which… Continue reading Le dîner de cons (1998)

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Fin de siglo (2019)

On their first meeting, Ocho and Javi visit the Museu de Perfum in Barcelona, founded in 1961, currently displaying more than 5,000 bottles. Some of them are highlighted in a brief scene. The first bottle from the left is Schiaparelli Zut, housed in a geometric flacon. This perfume was created by Jean Carles and launched… Continue reading Fin de siglo (2019)

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Nocturama (2016)

Several bottles of Issey Miyake L'Eau d'Issey eau de parfum are displayed in the luxury department store where most of the film is set. The eau de parfum version was launched in 2006, while the original eau de toilette was launched in 1992. A Jacques Cavallier creation, it's one of the first ozonic/aquatic perfumes which… Continue reading Nocturama (2016)

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Bad Education (2019)

Frank Tassone is a superintendent in Long Island: he's successfully brought the local high school - Roslyn High School - among the top schools of the country. He's appreciated by his colleagues, students and parents. He's always carefully groomed and loves using beauty products. In the opening scene he uses Lucky You by Liz Claiborne.… Continue reading Bad Education (2019)