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Perfume: The Story of a Murderer

Perfume: The Story of a Murderer - John E. Woods Groveling, repulsive husk of a man with exceptional nose but no body odour butchers virgin women in the attempt to turn them into perfume, is caught and released due to having driven the people of France to orgiastic adoration, decides there's no space for joy in his blackened heart and returns to Paris to enchant the Parisians into cannibalizing him with the power of his ~heavenly scent~ *flips hair and throws glitter in the air*

On a side note, the Parisians' uncontrollable descent into adoration-driven cannibalism upon Grenouille's opening of the perfume bottle isn't very far from Grenouille's sudden obsession with the scent of virgins. Lesson: all humanity is repulsive, not just Grenouille.