William Wyler's poor-little-rich-girl fairy tale -- checked by a powerful and rueful sense of reality -- about a savvy American journalist who shows a sheltered princess a good time on the town. The feminine role, possibly Audrey Hepburn's signature role, maximizes the actress's opposite sides, her outward, otherworldly refinement and her unsuspected capacity for fun. And Gregory Peck is less starchy than normal, too. With Eddie Albert. 1953.

3.0 stars

— Duncan Shepherd

  • Rated NR | 1 hour, 59 minutes

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