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Scent of a Woman
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Martin Brest
Release Date: 01 January 1992
Movie rating: 8.0
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What is the movie Scent of a Woman about?
A young school boy, Charlie, who is in the need of money, finds a way to earn some by finding a weekend job. As he finds the address and goes there, he starts realizing it's not going to be as easy as everyone told him. He gets to babysit an old lieutenant who is also blind and hard to get along with. His name is Frank. As they get to know each other, Charlie starts getting along with him, against all odds, they get on the flight to New York, where Frank is determined to spend his Thanksgiving. During the time spend with Frank, Charlie starts learning all the important things in life- from way of thinking to how to treat a woman like a lady and seduce her in the most finest ways. Charlie, young school boy, is here played by Chris O'Donnell, who did an amazing job in portraying a young and inexperienced boy who doesn't know what he's getting himself into. But his personal growth is also portrayed very well throughout the movie. Frank, the old veteran, is played by Oscar Award winner Al Pacino. His amazing acting talent has gotten him more than amazing roles and Oscar nominees, it got him the fame of being the Al Pacino. This 156 minute long drama will take you on a journey with a pretty amazing but harsh blind person that you'll end up loving.
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Nicholas Roy @ 09-Sep-2014 06:38 Report a spam

Pacino gives an amazing performance. You love him, you hate him, you love him. The tango scene should go down as one of the all-time classic scenes. The supporting cast is superb. O'Connell gave the perfect "quiet" performance so that Pacino could shine. Kudos to O'Connell for his portrayal. I understand the story is a remake of an Italian film. To Pacino's credit, he did not watch the Italian version until production ended. While the film was long, I didn't want it to end. The school "trial" allowed Pacino to give another sterling performance. I found myself even applauding the chauffeur for his limited performance. To cap off the movie, the final scene with the two children was the perfect ending. One of my favorite movies.

Adolphus Rowe @ 09-Sep-2014 06:37 Report a spam

Pacino received a well-deserved Oscar. An excellent blend of drama, comedy and heart-rending sympathy and respect for a blind man who wrestles with and overcomes adversity and his own demons. The Tango scene with Pacino and Anwar is one of the greatest scenes I have ever seen and will tear your heart. The scene at the Thanksgiving dinner table is a little sad, but also very funny in certain respects. Anwar is delectable as Pacino's young Tango partner. Pacino's speech defending O'Donnell at his school disciplinary hearing is searing and uplifting.

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