perfume: the story of a murderer

@attente (987)
Philippines
June 6, 2010 2:56pm CST
It was 2 in the morning when I woke up, something's bothering me.. Maybe watching a movie will make me tired and fell asleep. Now, I don't think it's effective. The movie's weird, exciting, unexplainable, or whatchamacallit. This movie (perfume: the story of a murderer) is about a guy who lived to find beauty. A guy who has the capability of preserving scents in the search for the ultimate perfume. A guy who would do anything to possess them, even if it would mean the death of other people. My friend recommended this movie and I can say that this is a must-watched movie.
3 responses
• Philippines
7 Jun 10
hi. i've seen this movie already. actually it's a book turned to a film. it's pretty freaky but nicely done. when obsession strikes, it can be really dangerous. i thought i'll never see anyone here who actually watched this film.
@attente (987)
• Philippines
7 Jun 10
Nice quote! when obsession strikes, it can be really dangerous! I recommended the movie to my friends. I don't think it's that popular. :)
@p3ks626 (6550)
• Philippines
7 Jun 10
That movie is psycho! Its really weird as in very weird. I watched with my sister at that time and we were just curious. We ended up finishing the movie and jumped into a conclusion that the movie is indeed psycho.
@attente (987)
• Philippines
7 Jun 10
Right! It's a psycho movie.. Didn't expect its ending.. Actually, I watched it 3 times, I always fell asleep in the middle of the movie. Good that I finished it. heheheh.
@Torunn (2810)
• Norway
6 Jun 10
I read the book, in my opinion it was really creepy! Quite a good thriller actually, but it didn't make me want to see the movie. It was a bit too creepy, better stay with my own imagination :-) And when you know how it ends, it's not that exciting with thrillers! Some times they change the ending, I've seen some Agatha Christie filmatizations that have been changed a lot. Not sure if they did that with the Perfume.
@attente (987)
• Philippines
7 Jun 10
My classmate had read the book and according to him, his imagination is creepier than what he had seen in the movie. It has always been like that, greater emotions are felt when read than watched. Maybe because in words, you can say everything and you can be very detailed.