I anticipate that Loretta will prove to be as beautiful as Miriam, the other Tauer perfume from this series that's already been released, and I'm looking forward to sampling it. But - as with Miriam, I really struggle with the idea of having a perfume with a story line. Why conflate film and perfume? I like my perfumes to express my own multiplicity of selves, sensual, romantic, creative, and so on. I don't want them to come with their own personal history! Luckily, I haven't seen Miriam, so the film doesn't spoil the perfume for me.
Both films and Tauer's scents look good enough to stand on their own. There's no need for this somewhat muddled and - to me, at least - confusing marketing strategy. Please don't tell me what to think of when I wear your wonderful perfumes, Andy - I love them for themselves alone, and I bring to them my own ideas and stories when I sniff them!