La Haine • Folie à Plusieurs
Folie à Plusieurs

La Haine • Folie à Plusieurs

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House  Folie à Plusieurs
Released  2015
Perfumer  Mark Buxton
Fragrance Family  Leather
Notes  Aldehydes, metallic accord, bucchu, bay, birch tar, cedar, leather, musk, moss

Description  La Haine is inspired by Mathieu Kassovitz's 1995 black and white suspense film of the same name. The film takes place over 19 hours in a multi-ethnic French housing project in the Parisian suburbs. The film is a dark and gritty portrait of racial conflict and police brutality, a sentiment reflected in the fragrance. La Haine opens with aromatic notes of bay, peppered with sparkling aldehydes and underscored by the dry, smokiness of birch tar and the unmistakable aroma of hot metal. La Haine is easily the most aggressive and experimental fragrance in the series, mirroring the discord and violence of the film. The violence of the film are brought to life through the use of bucchu and a metallic accord, redolent of metal and blood. As the fragrance progresses, the leathery aspects become increasingly more pronounced as La Haine becomes drier and darker. Dry notes of cedar and moss are joined by dusty accord in the base resulting in a drydown that feels parched and barren. Click Additional Info below to watch the film's trailer.

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