i'm trying to read a review of scent of a woman on amazon but this is a user review: I have suffered complete blindness when my Multiple Schlerosis struck and often when I am having a relapse. So I speak from experience. Sounds are more important and scents like wise, the olfactory sense heightens to such a degree I can sniff an apple to say which has gone bad as well as an orange to find which is the Seville BloodOrange I prefer when shopping. People who know me locally find my sense of smell amusing and often accuse me of being Thomas Harris of Hannibal the Cannibal Lecter fame as I sniff the air. As another recent case will give testimony. A physiotherapist I was attending told me she had a personal reason to wear gloves while I exercised etc, I could smell her problem, she had 'Thrush' an intestinal tract problem. Another friend had developed Diabetes which I warned him to have checked out etc. So having experienced a heightened olfactory sense I can appreciate the Tango scene as a masterful piece in cinematic history. Critiques welcome, but be warned I once did it for my job on a Trade magazine.