但是看完以后你可以深深地爱上AL 爱他的跳探戈时候游刃有余~爱他开着法拉利时候的神定气闲~爱他关于Scent of a Woman的一切论断~爱他最后的慷慨激昂~甚至说的每一句脏话~那大概是对现实的控诉~
他说自己从来不走正途。因为他知道正途有多难~所以西门的纯真显得更加珍贵~他们的感情 是灵魂的碰撞 因为体味了人生百台 生死离别的中校最终的希望是希望~男人一生最幸福的事无疑是你张开双臂，迎接着你深深爱着的秀发、碧眼，芬香扑面而来的女人投入怀中，紧紧拥抱…当明天清晨醒来，发现她依然在你身边甜甜地熟睡…… 看到这段话时，我被这个越老越帅的男人感动的流了泪
这大概是每个男人的愿望。是喧哗之后的平静。只是 坚持很 难 坚持原则 坚持生的愿望~放弃却很简单
一句话 一封信 一首歌 。。。。所以最后西门对自己原则的坚持 AL对生的坚持 让我为之动容~这样的人值得去爱~因为他们有勇气去面对~哪怕是不幸。。。这之后 他们都会幸福~
One of the most overall pleasing movies I've seen, Scent of a Woman wins on all levels--emotional and intellectual. Of course the primary reason it succeeds is Al Pacino, whose Oscar was well-deserved, needless to say. Chris O'Donnell doesn't overplay his part, and in doing so is realistic and natural. The tango scene, the Ferrari scene, the pseudo-courtroom scene are excellent. Pacino is wholly believable, and although at first he seems overly gruff and nasty, we grow to sympathize with him--especially when that twerp Randy insults him cutthroat-style at Thanksgiving. It's obvious that while Slade acts like he doesn't care, his repetitious "hoo-ha" response makes it obvious he does. My favorite line comes during the Ferrari scene (I was laughing so hard when the cop left, failing to realize Slade is blind.) As Slade careens down the street at 70 mph, Charlie yells, "You're going to get us killed!" Slade answers, "Can you blame me? I'm blind!" On that note, Pacino succeeds marvellously in portraying a blind man. We never doubt for a second that he does, in fact, live in total darkness. Yet others, like the cop, probably the spectators in the restaurant in the tango scene, don't realize it. Ironically enough, Slade acts as though he doesn't want to be treated as the proverbial blind man who needs a cane and a guiding arm. However, in the final scene, he emerges with a never-before-seen pair of dark glasses (after which follows the charismatic speech.) I wonder, was this to throw them off guard??
This movie is a modern classic. Some find it too long, but I enjoyed every minute and didn't acutely notice the 2 1/2 hrs gone by. A wonderful film that I recommend to all.