Perfume (2001 film)

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Perfume
Directed by Michael Rymer
Hunter Carson
Produced by L. M. Kit Carson
Cynthia Hargrave
Nadia Leonelli
Fredrik SundwallSundwall
Written by Michael Rymer
L. M. Kit Carson
Starring Estella Warren
Jeff Goldblum
Mariel Hemingway
Carmen Electra
Omar Epps
Peter Gallagher
Music by Adam Plack
Cinematography Rex Nicholson
Edited by Dany Cooper
Distributed by Lions Gate Films
Release date(s) January 26, 2001
Running time 106 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Perfume is a 2001 film about the fashion industry in New York City.

Plot[edit]

Prior to a major show, the people involved find themselves embroiled in their own personal battles.

Lorenzo Mancini is a famous designer who learns that he is dying. With this knowledge, he attempts to make amends with his former wife, Irene, and his companion Guido. In addition, he uses his time to try his best to convince his son Mario to not merge their family business with the hip-hop fashion industry.

Cast[edit]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Independent Spirit Awards

  • Nominated—Producers Award: Nadia Leonelli

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