Grégory Magne

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Anne Walberg is a master in perfumes. She creates fragrances and sells her incredible gift to many companies. She is a diva, selfish and temperamental. Guillaume is her new driver and the only one who dares facing her. This is probably why she does not fire (...)


Grégory Magne grew up in Burgundy, France. In 2007, he left to cross the Atlantic alone from La Rochelle to Salvador de Bahia, on a 6.5-meter sailboat, with no means of communication. He embarks with a camera to tell his daily life and shoots his first film, Vingt-quatre heures par jour de mer. He has since navigated between documentaries and fictions, between scripts and directing. In 2012, he wrote and directed with Stéphane Viard his first feature film, L'Air de Rien, a dark comedy in which Michel Delpech embodies a Michel Delpech riddled with debts. The film reveals Grégory Montel in his first first-role. Perfumes is his second feature film.