I realise this is my second recommendation were the main character is blind, the other being The Color of Paradise, but they are vastly different films.
The dialogue in Scent of a woman is very endearing, so well-written, very quotable, the acting unbelievable. For me Al Pacino’s best film and Chris O’Donnell’s best part as well. Pacino finally won his Oscar for this performance, which is arguably his signature role, where he portrays a weary and bitter ex army man, who has a memorable weekend in the company of 17-year-old O’Donnell.
Like Dustin Hoffman’s performance made Rainman a classic, Pacino makes Scent of a woman something very memorable, powerful and a life affirming film experience.
Even though it’s over 2 hours 30 min, it fly’s by. Highly recommendable. A film you can watch many times.
7.7/10 on IMDB and 94% on RT