There's Old Spice cologne on Walter Finch's bathroom shelf.
I've been curating this project for more than 10 years now. I've covered hundreds of films, thousands of products, but believe me when I say that I still get excited when unexpected gems hide in films that are part of our collective imagery. Take Scarface, for example: the epic crime tale of the rise and… Continue reading Scarface (1983)
I really like the arrangement in Nancy's bathroom: it's a small space, so the toiletries are displayed on a metal shelving unit facing a window. The first product I've noticed is on the second top shelf (just above Steve's shoulder): it's a bottle of the ever-present Old Spice after shave. On the same shelf there's… Continue reading Cruising (1980)
There are several Pinaud Clubman products in the barber shop where Frank Slade (Al Pacino) gets a wet shave. The tall red bottle is Eau de Quinine hair tonic; the glass bottle with the green label is the after-shave lotion, and the green plastic bottle is the talcum powder. Id source, screencap source.
Huge bottle of Victor Acqua di Selva perfume on the bath tub of the protagonist (Al Pacino).