Perfumes (Les Parfumes) 100 mins

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Wednesday, 4 August
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4:45PM 
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8:30PM 
Monday, 9 August
8:30PM 
Tuesday, 10 August
8:30PM 
Wednesday, 11 August
8:30PM 

Emmanuelle Devos (‘Read My Lips’) and Gregory Montel (‘Call My Agent) shine in this fragrant French drama. 

Perfumes is a classic odd-couple story about two people whose temperaments are poles apart; and yet, opposites attract. This personality clash comedy delivers a winning formula of social observation, character drama and empathy.

Anne Walberg (Devos) was once the star of her industry – a perfumer whose ability to produce enticing new fragrances was second to none and which saw her rise through a competitive landscape. She remains in demand, but her intemperate behaviour has made her difficult. However, striking up an unlikely friendship with her equally troubled new driver, Anne sees a way to return to the top, which might offer a solution to both their problems. 

Grégory Magne’s intelligent drama is a visual and sophisticated treat. A breath of fresh – albeit scented – air.

FRENCH WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES

★★★★ “A quietly delightful French comedy” - The Times 
★★★★ “Enchanting” - The Irish Times 
★★★★ “Admirably refreshing” - The Guardian

"a leisurely, wistful approach to storytelling" – Time Out