Movie time, Scent of a Woman (1992)

Scent of a Woman by Martin Brest

Star of the movie: Al Pacino,Chris O’Donell

When boredom strikes, Al Pacino comes alive!

Al Pacino

My mother being a movie addict herself always used to praise ‘Scent of a Women’ which has been directed by Martin Brest and Al Pacino was the main person for which he received an Oscar award! On the other hand, my sister used to curse me always saying “If you haven’t seen scent of a woman, then you haven’t seen anything yet.”

He’s come to the cross-roads. He has chosen a path. It’s the right path. It’s a path made of principle that leads to character. Let him continue on his journey

by Al Pacino

The Scent of the Movie: the story starts with a student Charlie (Chris O’Donell) who is bright and shiny, studies in one of the best preparatory school on scholarship. To buy tickets for his Christmas holiday trip back home, he in need of money thought of taking up a weekend job. The money was good for the 3-day work so he took up the job. The job was not much difficult (as he thought), just taking care of a blind, old, retired Lt Col in the US Army whose name is Frank (Al Pacino) Well, he is too moody, too arrogant and way too much hard to handle. Taking care of Frank was anyhow one hell of a job, a cherry on top was when Charlie gets to know that he and Frank were leaving for New York. Thanks to the easy money as promised by Frank’s niece who appointed Charlie for the job!

Scent of a Woman

The aroma spread widely: Hoo-yah! It did that too in a big way. The movie was appreciated worldwide. The acting is done by Al Pacino the legend got him many awards including Academy Award for Best Actor, what do you need!

Amazing work, Cute Chris whose acting was well appreciated, Hoooyah story and Al-Pacino!

Watch the trailer yourself, I am sure you will looove it!



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