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Mujeres al borde de un ataque de nervios (1988)

Lucía (Julieta Serrano) is a woman with a troubled past: abandoned by her husband Iván with a child (Carlos, now grown-up and interpreted by Antonio Banderas), she's spent a long time in a mental institution. Now she's living with her parents, who try to support her and her extravagant looks. In this scene, she's applying… Continue reading Mujeres al borde de un ataque de nervios (1988)

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Jade (1995)

Matt exposes Trina's affairs by displaying pictures of them on her vanity. It's a cruel and dramatic scene, but it gives us the chance to see some of the beauty products she uses. The bottles of perfume are by Maitre Perfumeur et Gantier (the one at the centre of the vanity) and Annick Goutal (on… Continue reading Jade (1995)

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The Boys in the Band (1970)

Michael (Kenneth Nelson) buys some toiletries for Donald (Frederick Combs), so he can have his own toothbrush, soap and hairspray without using his host's. The "sandalwood soap" Michael buys is by Elizabeth Arden. In the cabinet there's also a Bain de Soleil spray sunscreen (or after-sun lotion). In the bathroom we can also see a… Continue reading The Boys in the Band (1970)

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Friends with Money (2006)

Olivia (Jennifer Aniston) is always tight on money: she used to work as a school teacher but now she's a maid and doesn't earn much. When she finishes a sample tube of moisturiser, she goes through her bathroom drawer to see if there's anything else she can use. On the bathroom counter we can see… Continue reading Friends with Money (2006)

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Bonjour Tristesse (1958)

After a night of partying and reminiscing, Cecile (Jean Seberg) finally returns home, removes the elegant Givenchy dress she's worn so far and puts her make-up off. To do so, she uses a traditional product like Pond's cold cream. In front of her there are several beauty products, but the most intriguing object is the… Continue reading Bonjour Tristesse (1958)