When agents M. J. Monahan and Reuben Goetz pay a visit to doctor Helen Hudson, the woman they’re protecting, we can get a look at her busy dressing table.
The first thing that has caught my attention is the perfume on the left – the 1980s classic Valentino. Created by Pierre Dinand and first launched in 1979, is a floral powerhouse. I still remember when my mother wore it: I was in heaven because it smelled amazing on her.
On the bottom left there’s Elizabeth Arden Lip Spa lipstick.
When the camera pans to M. J. (Holly Hunter), we can also see an Annick Goutal perfume (behind the blue box with red tassel) and a factice of Guerlain Shalimar in the background.