Perfume: The Story of a Murderer is beautiful in its ugliness. Among other things, it features gorgeously composed scenes of maggots, animal entrails, and human corpses. And, in direct contrast to Marie Antoinette , it portrays 18th century France is a grimy, dirty place, regardless of whether the location is Paris or Grasse. Certainly, Tom Tykwer's latest film is audacious, but audaciousness does not necessarily equate to worthwhile cinema. There's a mesmerizing appeal to the director's in-your-face style, even if the images he displays are often repugnant. Unfortunately, Tykwer is working with a flawed screenplay and even the most arresting visuals cannot compensate for the movie's schizophrenic story. Perfume is the tale of the fictitious Jean-Baptiste Genouille Ben Wishaw , a perfume maker who lives during the mids in France. Blessed with an acute, almost superhuman sense of smell, he begins his career by developing some of the most sought after perfumes while working as the apprentice to a Parisian salesman, Guiseppe Baldini Dustin Hoffman. When his ultimate desire, to distill the essence of the human odor, can not be achieved under Baldini, he quits Paris for Grasse, where he discovers the solution to his dilemma: murder.
Perfume: The Story of a Murderer (Germany/France/Spain, 2006)
Sign In. Perfume: The Story of a Murderer Hide Spoilers. Naurya 13 September With "The Perfume" it's like with any blockbuster movie: if the critics praise it, it's horrible - if the critics hate it, it's brilliant. I had the chance to watch a preview of "The Perfume" tonight and I was very surprised: this movie is really good! Okay, it can't actually make you smell all the scents and odours, but the images and the music allow you to experience the atmosphere and the emotions Grenouille is feeling when he takes in the scents of his environment. You couldn't have done this much better without the use of real scents at theatres. Although much of the story is told by a narrative voice mostly quotes from the novel , the movie is still thrilling and exciting all the way. The result is well-constructed movie that is worth seeing.
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