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In fact the jasmine is almost vapourous, so carefully reserved is its presence, petals rendered in watercolour, edges seeping off into the expansive white musks and ozonic swell in the main body of the scent. There is a kumquat effect in the top apparently, those odd little olive-sized oranges. It translates freshly as you might expect, but also with a burst of woody sweetness often associated with the fruit. You can almost smell wet stones touched by morning mist as feet leave imprints in chilled glittering grass.

Monsieur Li is a phantom meander through a garden of abstracted memory. The materials themselves seems distant and out of reach, the kumquat for example resembles an blurred image of itself, a pearl of orange ink dropped onto wet cartridge paper, spreading into an aura of tonal dispersion. Each time I wear Monsieur Li I detect tiny anomalies of pattern; swirls and line in the assembly of materials and effect.


There is lushness, melonic moisture, and then sometimes I smell sweet candied peel, a mix of angelica and green rhubarb. Last night I inhaled freshly cut guava as I sprayed liberally over damp post-shower skin. The woodiness is spectral, hidden behind musks and clouds of iso-e-super or something similar. The jasmine is not at all indolic, in fact the note resembles more closely the aqueous cut-grass jazziness of cis-jasmone, perhaps using clove bud oil and pink peppercorn to imbue a gentle bite of creamy spice. As it settles I do smell a familiar ozonic, be it hedione or the metal marine rush of algenone.

Le Jardin de Monsieur Li , despite its contemplative landscape and dreamy drifting is a scent with serious intent.

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  6. The mix of notes and expansive presence on skin clothes love it too… ensure the skin holds a pale melonic linger as the main jasmine theme rises and falls. It has a melancholy, cool air about, a little distracted. He is enraged when Esmeralda openly defied him for his cruelty and frees Quasimodo, and in retaliation, he orders for her to be arrested.

    After witnessing the gypsy vanish in a cloud, he rashly concludes her to be a witch and immediately orders Phoebus to bring her in alive. With the crowd's help, she escapes into the Cathedral, where Frollo finds her speaking with Phoebus and orders them to force her out of the Cathedral, but is rebuffed by the Archdeacon, who orders them all out. Frollo pretends to leave before catching Esmerelda by surprise and laying hands on her; this reveals that he had lustful feelings for her. He then confronts her and told her that he will arrest her if she dares to leave.

    However, she ventures up to the bell tower and is reunited with Quasimodo, who helps her escape. That evening in the Palace of Justice, Frollo is disturbed by his attraction to Esmeralda which he believes is turning him to sin and pleads the Virgin Mary to protect him from her "spell" and to let Esmeralda taste the fires of Hell if she would not be his. Upon learning from a Brutish Guard that she has escaped the cathedral, he is enraged and, with his guards the next day, begins a ruthless manhunt to find her, burning down the houses of anyone suspected of sheltering gypsies and interrogating gypsies who are captured.

    He later attempts to execute an innocent family whom he suspects of interacting with gypsies by burning down their house with them still inside, but an appalled Phoebus finally rebells against him and rescues the family. Frollo declares Phoebus a traitor and attempts to kill him, but a disguised Esmeralda flings a stone at his horse, throwing him off and buying Phoebus time to escape.

    The guards fire arrows at Phoebus, resulting in him being wounded and falling into a lake, and continue firing until Frollo stops them. They proceed across a bridge to finish the manhunt. Once they leave, the wounded Phoebus is quickly rescued by Esmeralda after being left for dead. Returning to the smoldering city, Frollo wi informed that Esmeralda is still at large. He heads to the bell tower, thinking Quasimodo might have been responsible for assisting Esmeralda. Upon deducing this was true, Frollo angrily lashes out at his charge, then calmly claims that the Court of Miracles has been found and will be attacked at dawn with one thousand men.

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    A misled Quasimodo accompanies Phoebus to the Court, and Frollo and his henchmen followed and arrest the gypsies. Frollo notices that Phoebus has survived and remarked that he intended to "remedy it". Seeing this, Quasimodo begs him to call off the guards. Frollo refuses and tells them to take the hunchback to the bell tower, making sure he "stays there.

    She refuses to become Frollo's mistress, spitting in his face in disgust, prompting him to burn her at the stake. He watches and smiled sadistically while she passes out from the smoke. But Quasimodo rescues her after she passes out and returns her to the cathedral, much to Frollo's anger. Shortly after, Quasimodo drops a large beam that destroyed his carriage and nearly crushes him, the same beam Frollo orders his soldiers to pick up and use it to break down Notre Dame's doors.

    Enraged at this defilement and attack on the beloved cathedral, as well as fed up Frollo's tyranny and rallied by Phoebus, the citizens of Paris arm themselves, free the gypsies and rebell against Frollo's guards. Though Notre Dame's ancient doors manage to hold for a while, they eventually break down. Frollo gains entry to into the cathedral, directly defying the Archdeacon when he claims he would not tolerate murder in the church.

    Before proceeding, Frollo throws him down a flight of stairs and locks him out of the bell tower so he can not follow and interfere. He then confronts Quasimodo in the bell tower, falsely consoles him for Esmeralda's apparent "death", and attempts to kill him with a dagger, resulting in a brief yet violent struggle in which Quasimodo overpowers Frollo, wrenching the dagger from his grip and throwing him to the floor. Quasimodo then hovered over Frollo, who momentarily abandoned his pride and begged Quasimodo to listen to him, but Quasimodo refuses and then angrily yells out that all his life Frollo has told him that the world is a dark, cruel place, but he now sees that people who are just like Frollo are the only reason why.

    Just then, Esmeralda awakens, alive and well, and Quasimodo rushes to her side, thrilled that she is ok and hurries her to safety. Infuriated, Frollo draws his sword and chases them onto a balcony overlooking the city, slashing at them with his sword with Quasimodo unable to fight back due to protecting Esmeralda. Frollo falls into the molten copper with the gargoyle, realizing the hard way that he is the wicked one. In his rage, Frollo finally admits that he killed Quasimodo's mother when she attempted to save her baby, much to Quasimodo's shock and horror.

    As such, Frollo decides to kill Quasimodo himself like he "should have done" 20 years ago confirming Quasimodo's age in the film. Frollo attempts to use his cape to throw Quasimodo off the balcony, but the hunchback manages to hold on and ends up pulling Frollo along with him, unwilling to let himself fall.

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    Frollo dangles momentarily for his life, but he is soon able to swing and grab onto a gargoyle attached to the wall. Rather than escaping to safety, he instead raises himself in a perfect position to kill Esmeralda who is attempting to save Quasimodo , his eyes and teeth are shown in a fire-like color, and he laughed wickedly while declaring his last blasphemy, "And He shall smite the wicked, and plunge them into the fiery pit! In his last moments, the gargoyle's face comes to life and demonically roars at him, terrifying the latter. This is a very clear sign that Frollo was both too dangerous and blasphemous to remain alive which clearly indicated that this was actually a divine intervention.

    The gargoyle then breaks off completely and sends the screaming Frollo falling into a vast lake of molten metal that had been created by Quasimodo and the gargoyles , where he meets his death after coming into physical contact, resulting in a fiery explosion, symbolically sending him to hell for his sins. With Frollo gone, his tyranny has finally ended forever and his soldiers are defeated and surrender to the French army, Esmerelda and Pheobes become a couple, and Quasimodo is hailed as a hero and accepted into society.

    When asked she denies there are any problems, insisting that everything is fine. The audience is privy to nothing more than it is told or can infer from the behaviours it observes. For instance, there is a moment early on when Nelly is travelling to work on the Metro. She reaches her station, and as the train hisses to a halt Nelly moves away from the camera to alight on the platform.

    Her place in the frame is almost immediately filled by a man boarding the train from the crush at the station. Dark-skinned, probably North African, he is wearing a dun-coloured greatcoat and a richly embroidered cap. Though he has nothing to do with the story, the camera holds his image for a few seconds after Nelly has disappeared from view. Perhaps because of what Tom Keogh Film.

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    This is not a fanciful conjecture. It is impossible to see Nelly and Monsieur Arnaud without noticing its host of small, sometimes fragmentary, incidents and peripheral figures. Are you getting divorced? Nelly and Pierre Arnaud enjoy a warm, civilised interdependence — yet in one ugly scene they argue angrily, their spiteful words aiming to hurt. They never argue again, but it had been disturbing to witness even this passing breakdown in the quiet relationship we know matters so much to them. Storms that sweep normally calm surfaces are the most chilling.

    Worse, because it brings Granec to confront Nelly with some truths about her nature uttered with bruising deliberation. This is what occurs: Nelly and Granec are dining at their usual restaurant, the conversation listless and Nelly only half listening to what Vincent is saying. Then it dawns on her he is suggesting that they should go and inspect a studio apartment he has found. Profoundly surprised, Nelly realises that Vincent fully believes she will be coming to live with him and is already making arrangements. I like how we see each other — stolen moments. What are you scared of? Of course Vincent is right.

    Vincent took the call but in a whispered aside asked Nelly to write down her home telephone number and leave it with him. He is still up working on his memoirs and, pleased to see Nelly, invites her in. While they sit having a drink, Nelly unburdens herself about the disastrous evening with Granec. Remarking that his track record hardly qualifies him to be giving advice on relationships, Arnaud offers Nelly as much comfort as he can.

    Finally all talked out, Nelly says she is tired and, unable to face going home to an empty flat, asks Pierre if she could stay the night. Sautet elides to a later stage in the night and we see Arnaud checking a page of manuscript under the glow of a desk lamp.

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    He pauses, takes off his spectacles and wearily rubs the bridge of his nose. He puts the spectacles on the desk and, having turned off the lamp, sits motionless in the gloom. He extends a tentative hand which follows her shape from the head to the curve of the hip, tracing but never touching. Arnaud withdraws his hand as Nelly stirs and turns over, now facing towards him. Sautet has brought us to a turning point in the film, for everything that subsequently happens between Nelly and Arnaud arises from those small, intensely private moments. As Nelly sleeps, we see Arnaud at a window deep in thought, staring into the darkness beyond.

    Sautet cuts from this silent cameo to the interior of a busy estaminet much later in the night, Arnaud seated at the counter nursing a coffee, oblivious to the bustling life around him.

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