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Scent Of a Women
Scent Of a Women
Scent Of a Women
Scent Of a Women
Scent Of a Women
Scent Of a Women
Scent Of a Women
Scent Of a Women
Scent Of a Women
Scent Of a Women
Scent Of a Women
Scent Of a Women
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Scent Of a Women


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  • 1.  
  • 2. CAST Actor Role Al Pacino Lieutenant Colonel Frank Slade Chris O'Donnell Charlie Simms James Rebhorn Mr. Trask Philip Seymour Hoffman George Willis, Jr. Gabrielle Anwar Donna Richard Venture W.R. Slade Bradley Whitford Randy Rochelle Oliver Gretchen Tom Riis Farrell Garry Nicholas Sadler Harry Havemeyer Todd Louiso Trent Potter Ron Eldard Officer Gore
  • 3. Scent of a Woman is a 1992 film which tells the story of a preparatory school student who takes a job as an assistant to an irascible blind, medically retired Army officer. It is a remake of a movie made by Dino Risi in 1974, Profumo di donna , in which Vittorio Gassman played one of his best known roles. The movie was adapted by Bo Goldman from the novel Il Buio E Il Miele ("Darkness and Honey") by Giovanni Arpino and from the 1974 screenplay for the movie Profumo Di Donna by Ruggero Maccari and Dino Risi . It was directed by Martin Brest . It won the Academy Award for Best Actor (Al Pacino) and was nominated for Best Director , Best Picture and Best Adapted Screenplay . In the US Scent of a Woman earned $63,095,253; internationally it earned ~$71,000,000.
  • 4. Charlie a student at a private preparatory school. He comes from a poor family Lt. Col. Frank middle-aged man who is now blind and impossible to get along with.
  • 5. Charlie Mr. Frank George friends Fellow students Principal Play prank
  • 6. Principal Charlie George (Execution & Bribe) (Execution)
  • 7. Mr. Frank with Charlie in New York
  • 8. Tango is not like life. It is simple. If you get tangled, just tango on.
  • 9. Before the suicide After prevented from the suicide
  • 10. Mr. Frank said that “you are executing the soul of the boy who doesn’t want to sell anybody to buy his future”
  • 11.
    • Students are the future leaders of the country. A person being so instead of using him as a tool for protecting one’s ego ,he should be motivated.
    • Life always has a positive side. Our life is worth living not only for ourselves but we can make a lot of difference in other person’s life.
    • Every minute in life counts. You can make or break yours and other person’s life in a minute.
  • 12.
    • Honesty is the best policy in this world. If you have that you win every battle of your life. If you don’t have that then no achievement will be worth it.
    • Last but not least. You should have the courage to stand by your principals and express your opinion freely.
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