Profumo di Donna (Scent of a Woman) (That Female Scent)
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Profumo di Donna (Scent of a Woman) (That Female Scent)
Before Al Pacino ever picked up a blind man's cane in the 1992 production of Scent of A Woman, Vittorio Gassman played a blind army captain in the 1974 Italian film Profumo di Donna, based on a novel by Giovanni Arpino. The earlier film unquestionably inspired the later one, though they differ significantly. The Captain, accompanied by Ciccio (Alessandro Momo), who has been assigned to him by the army, is on his way from Turin to Naples to meet with an army compatriot who was also disfigured in the same military incident. Unknown to his aide, the Captain means to fulfill a suicide pact… More

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"... ends with the harsh, introspective whimper of reality, not the bang of Hollywood cliché."
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