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Le parfum de l'invisible (1997)

Miel, a new best-seller writer is interviewed by a TV journalist on her beautiful Castle.

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Miel, a new best-seller writer is interviewed by a TV journalist on her beautiful Castle. This way she will show the biggest secrets about her unknown past: a youth in a convent where she was sexually educated, the life in Italy becoming a young actress of porn films, and her join to a theatre company quite unusual and a little naughty. Nevertheless, the most intriguing is the meeting with an invisible man, who says to be George Wells's nephew and whose target is to renew his relationship with Beatrice, the Miel's contender. Miel tries to prove the existence of the this man whose presence gives off a candy smell...Beatrice, who is unwilling to accept the existence of this invisible man, wants people to believe that Miel is absolutely crazy. Meanwhile, Miel teaches the delight of love and Beatice's perversity to invisible man. After that the man helps Miel to become also invisible and both spy together other people in intimate moments and let themselves play games not always accepted ... Written by Anonymous

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Naive but vibrant story, poor animation
11 October 2005 | by See all my reviews

This transposition from one of the best Milo Manara's comic books is at the same time a welcome initiative, and an bellow average product. While the characters are directly taken from Manara's comic, with all its magnificent features and style, animation and perspective is so lame that it really turns the movie down.

The story doesn't follow the original also, and what's added is actually superfluous and not very coherent. Respecting the original more faithfully could have been a better approach, as for the most part, there are no surprises for the audience who already know the story.

Anyway, I celebrate that something started working on that. If next time they pick a better animation team, like they did with Corto Maltese, they'll make Manara the homage he really deserves.


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