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PERFUME (2018) TV Show Trailer: A Detective Investigates a Human Scent Murder Mystery [Netflix]

Friederike Becht Perfrume

Perfume Trailer

Netflix‘s Perfume (2018) TV show trailer stars Friederike Becht, August Diehl, Wotan Wilke Mohring, Susanne Wuest, and Christian Friedel. Perfume‘s plot synopsis: “Patrick Suskind’s best-selling novel about smell, passion and serial killing gets a shocking contemporary spin. While in boarding school, a group of six become friends through their intense passion for scent. When one is brutally murdered years later, disturbing secrets about the group are revealed when the police investigates each as a suspect.”

The book that is TV series is based on is good and I hope the TV series is the same. I had this to say about the film adaptation of the book:

There are many characters in Perfume but besides Grenouille, the second most important performer is a human’s sense of smell and the odors of the 18th-century. Director Tom Tykwer shows the viewer in microscopic detail the daily grim and filth the people of this century exist in

Read the full review here.

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Perfume Trailer

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