That's like saying if you like South Pacific, you might like The Year of Living Dangerously or March of the Penguins. Sure, all are stories whose geographical setting helps inform the action. Yet, they are very different stories and realizations. Likewise, Eau de Polder and Geir are both supposed to be inspired by specific landscapes. Contemplate the official copy for each:
- Geir: "feel the Power of Norway which captures the cool freshness of crisp Norwegian mountains and the warm, sensual scent of exotic herbs and spices"
- Eau de Polder: "