Perfumed Nightmare

Perfumed Nightmare

Narrating in voiceover, Tahimik explains the patterns of daily life in the village. He has a fascination with the Voice of America broadcasts, and particularly with the space program. He longs to be part of the developed world, and forms the Werner von Braun fan club. When an American arrives for an aborted international conference, he gets his chance. The American asks him to come to Paris, to run his chewing-gum-ball machine concession on the streets. In Paris, and on a trip to Germany, he makes friends and discovers that progress in the developed world sacrifices important values. Backgrounded by footage of a summit meeting in Paris, and unable to return to an idealized image of his past, he stubbornly refuses to capitulate to the terms of progress, resigning from his post as head of the Werner von Braun fan club and maintaining that he will find his own way.

Kidlat Tahimik is a young man living in a small Filipino village crossing the bridge--"the bridge of life"--to his village. He longs to be part of the developed world, and forms the Werner von Braun fan club. When an American arrives for an aborted international conference, he gets his chance. The American asks him to come to Paris, to run his chewing-gum-ball machine concession on the streets. In Paris, and on a trip to Germany, he makes friends and discovers that progress in the developed world sacrifices important values. Backgrounded by footage of a summit meeting in Paris, and unable to return to an idealized image of his past, he stubbornly refuses to capitulate to the terms of progress, resigning from his post as head of the Werner von Braun fan club and maintaining that he will find his own way. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Burcu S (gb) wrote: bu cast a ragmen film utanc verici.

Veronica G (es) wrote: I was prepared to not like this movie but became totally engrossed in it. Not what I expected. Quirky, entertaining, light hearted, and definitely worth watching. There are some serious issues in this movie, yet it was not meant to be taken so seriously (no spoilers here). There are also some scenes that strongly hint about shocking sexual situations, but not in an offensive manner. It does not indulge in lesbian sexuality. The only people who may not like this movie are those who are extremely conservative and serious about everything. Take the stick out, relax, and enjoy :)

Christopher M (us) wrote: The movie's got it's strengths. The best part is the hotel incident near the end. Totally hilarious and sick at the same time.

Ricardo P (ag) wrote: This movie is phenomenal. Novel and entertaining.

Leonardo Malacay S (ru) wrote: hermosa visualmente, que buena direccin de artes, de las cosas maravillosas del cine es que nos permite conocer culturas "lejanas" como en este caso

HollyMaree S (kr) wrote: Twisted movie that's kinda like Shawn of the dead meets pet cemetery and the main character sounds like his try to talk like eger Allen Poe

Quecuatl K (nl) wrote: One of the best horror films I have ever seen. Very original and pokes fun at the "camp" factor of so many horror films. Sort of a commentary on what has become our idea of reality. I'd love to watch this in a theatre.

Bill T (fr) wrote: I have so much guilty pleasure for this movie I could almost squeal. This movie, which I rate just because I love it so much that how can I not rate it lower teases me with so much ridiculousness I never know where to begin... Let's see, Karen Black's cross eyed stewardessness? Gloria Swanson as Gloria Swanson? Erik Estrada as a co-pilot? What about Linda Blair as yes, the liver transplant donor and Helen Reddy as the nun who cheers her up? As a matter of fact, the beginning of the saga, you know the desperate phone call to the airport from the donor clinic is almost lifted intact into the movie Airplane! Just plain awesome.

Matthew S (mx) wrote: Engaging and surprisingly overtly negative in its portrayal of both sides of the political battle for an independent Ireland. Cagney delivers a well rehearsed accent which stands up better than some of his modern day counterparts. Don't be fooled by the image here, this is filmed in glorious black and white and is a little lost gem depicting it's subject matter with strong performances and some rather nice cameo appearances. It was classed as Film Noir when I watched it although I think this is unfitting for this political thriller.

Timm S (nl) wrote: The Villian Definately Makes This A Memorable Watch As Every Hero Needs A Nemisis. Some Of The Wide-Angle Photography Adds To The Feeling Of Fear Instilled Across The City. Really Liked This Classic Gangsta Flick.

John C (ca) wrote: Prosecutor: Stop badgering the witness. Judge: it's his witness

Felix F (kr) wrote: Really good acting, but cheesy, almost boring story.