The Hunger (1983)

The moment in which a movie character opens a bathroom cabinet is always thrilling. I personally get the chills because I know I’m about to see something interesting in it. Sarah Roberts’ cabinet, for example, is a very simple but intriguing one. On the bottom shelf there are a spray bottle of Evian Water and a bottle of Johnson’s Baby Powder. I’m a bit on … Continue reading The Hunger (1983)

Padroni di casa (2012)

There are medicines and beauty products on a tray by Moira’s bed. The white jar with the cap printed in blue letters is Crema Calendula by Officina Profumo-Farmaceutica Santa Maria Novella. This is still on the market, but with a different packaging (tube instead of jar).There’s another white jar: this has the capital “s” engraved on the cap. It’s by Sisley but it’s impossible to … Continue reading Padroni di casa (2012)

Lost in Translation (2003)

There are two Dr. Hauschka products in Charlotte and John’s hotel bedroom. The first can be seen on a table while John is packing his camera and lenses for work. It’s a tube, so it could contain many different creams. I like thinking it’s the rose day cream, which I’ve used for many years and still love.   The second appears on Charlotte’s bedside table: … Continue reading Lost in Translation (2003)

Molly’s Game (2017)

There are many beauty products and make-up items on Molly Bloom’s bathroom counter. Among them (from left to right): Elizabeth Arden refining toner lotion (now discontinued) Nuxe Huile Prodigieuse multi-purpose dry oil A Mason Pearson hair brush Some Chanel nail polishes Chanel fresh body cream LancĂ´me Tonique Douceur hydrating lotion The Almond & Shea hand care duo by Pecksniffs, which includes a moisturising hand & … Continue reading Molly’s Game (2017)