The way we loved each second
Niche fragrance Source Code creates an impression of something thick and bitter-sweet. It is epatage together with brutality.
The film invites you into the atmosphere and experiences. So does the fragrance. Comparing it with the others I feel that it carries you into its special atmosphere, plunges into its depths. This is what differs it from the other fragrances.
Profound drama with a deep philosophical meaning. Pure fun hides behind itself some difficult issues that have no solutions today.
Mystically, soldier Colter wakes up in another men's body who died in a huge rail accident. Colter has to face another person's death over and over again until he finds out who is the organizer of this accident.
Though, his head captain Goodwin is not a heartless martinet. She understands what is going on with Colter and sympathizes with him. Vera Farminga has wonderfully performed the way Goodwin opposes the military system in order to help Colter. Goodwin is a real deliverer.
The most 'unhollywood' thing is that already in the middle of the movie you understand that there will be no revelation and life is only the path as you are already dead.
bergamot, mandarin orange, cranberry, pink pepper
violet, cocoa, rose, coriander, frankincense, juniper
patchouli, vanilla, massoya, labdanum, patchouli, cedar, pine
Private collection — the niche fragrances of rare and expensive components. Insisting composition and maturation requires a lot of time and attention. Behavior unpredictable natural ingredients. Each of them — thousands of species of molecules.
From reviews - lively reflections:
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With the film, my scent did not anchor, but it's not scary. We are here about the flavors gathered to talk. And here I found a curious mix of floral, woody and fruity notes. Cocoa, rose, violet, a little vanilla and cranberry. Not the most banal combination, at the same time with sweet cocoa and juicy cranberries. The combination came out not sweetened, for a good easy. It seems to be not a gourmet in its pure form, although the notes refer precisely to this. I generally like the balance of sweet in the works of Sergey. Never excessive. There is a loop, not too big.
The fragrance turned out to be cozy - warm, rounded. It remains so until the very end, neither sweetness nor heavier notes disturb the balance. When cocoa and cranberries go away, they are replaced by floral notes with resins and light vanilla. Stylistically, the base is absolutely European, calm. The fragrance itself in planting, with this fruit and flowers, seemed closer to the women.
In terms of durability, no complaints, more than 12 hours. The loop is correct.