Audrey Hepburn is one of those stars that will never die. No matter how many years pass, I’m sure my children’s children will talk about her, her movies and her talent.
Deciding what movie is the best she ever made, is not easy. Almost impossible. But we can safely say that the most widely known is Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Her black dress not only marked Hollywood, but also the fashion industry making the movie a must see.
Here is a list of the top movies of our beloved Audrey!
Breakfast At Tiffany’s
A classic. A never-ending classic. I’m not sure but I think this is one of my first Audrey Hepburn’s movie. Hepburn playes Holly Golightly a young New York socialite who becomes interested in her new neighbour; a struggling writer named Paul Varjak. Paul is fascinated by Holly. By her life of parties and how sweet and vulnerable she becomes when they are alone.
One of the first rebellious princesses of Hollywood. In Roman Holidays,Hepburn plays Princess Anne on a highly publicized tour of European capitals. After escaping from her luxurious life, She is found by Joe Bradley, an American newspaper reporter stationed in Rome. He takes her back to his apartment. The next morning Joe dashes off to cover the Princess Anne press conference, unaware that she is sleeping on his couch!
I think every girl has felt like Sabrina at least once in their lives. Sabrina Fairchild is the young, shy, and awkward daughter of the Larrabee’s chauffeur, who has been infatuated with David Larrabee, the eldest son, all her life, but David hardly notices her. Until she goes to Paris for two years, and returns an elegant, sophisticated and beautiful and does not only get the attention of David but also Linus, the younger brother.
My Fair Lady
An adaptation of the Broadway musical. The movie tells the story of Professor Henry Higgins, who takes a bet from Colonel Pickering that he can transform unrefined, dirty flower girl Eliza Doolittle into a lady, and fool everyone into thinking she really is one. Young aristocrat Freddy Eynsford-Hill falls in love with her. But then Henry takes all the credit forcing Eliza to leave.
PS: Watch out for the wonderful costumes!