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Perfume (2001)

R | | Drama | 26 January 2001 (USA)
A week in the lives of a group of models, photographers, agents, reporters, publicists and other characters during a wild modeling show in New York City.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Lysa Apostle ...
Melissa
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Janice Crawford
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Monica
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Maitre D'
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Model
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Irene Mancini
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Morton
Chemin-Martinez Carroll ...
Posse Member 13
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Peter McMichaels
Murielle Arden ...
Heidi (as Murielle Cohen)
Carol Commissiong ...
Vendela
Sara Conca ...
Model #2
Eve Cook ...
Model
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'Perfume' chronicles one week in the lives of over a dozen people involved in the magazine and entertainment business of New York City. The central characters include Italian designer Lorenzo Mancini who learns that he's dying from cancer and decides to get his affairs in order with his wife Irine and his business partner Guido. Lorenzo's son Mario is a recording promoter who's latest client is hip-hop rapper J.B.. Roberta is a designer hard-pressed to fill out a latest dress design for the next Broadway show her group is putting on. Other characters are Jamie, a crafty agent whose latest client, Camille finds success but affects their relationship in ways he never planned and fails to deal with. Leese Hotton is a has-been model/actress trying to make a comeback into the spotlight; Janice Crawford is a wealthy publisher and control freak whose problems escalate with the arrival of her estranged teenage daughter Halley whom Janice abandoned her and everything else for her career years ... Written by Matt Patay

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Rated R for language and brief nudity | See all certifications »
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26 January 2001 (USA)  »

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Dress to Kill  »

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All the dialog was created by the actors. See more »

Quotes

Guido: Were do you keep the batteries, if you don't mind me asking?
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Connections

References The Godfather (1972) See more »

Soundtracks

Quia Respixit Humilitatum
Written by Adam Plack
Performed by Lush
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Little bit lime
13 February 2002 | by (Finland) – See all my reviews



The mood and contents of the film seems to have something in common with Abel Ferrara´s style. People in the movie doesn´t really have anything to believe in. Life seems to be very meaningless. Tragic and comedy at the same time. But Perfume is a little bit lime. The idea of the movie is truly sweet. Actors having an excellent character history, and having them improvise all the scenes. Also strong Materialism depictions are great. The result is a little bit lime anyway. I truly recommend Michael Rymer´s fantastic work Angel Baby. That is truly a strong movie, even though a little bit underlined. Perfume is not underlined and that is the originality of Perfume.


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