Roman Holiday

Roman Holiday

  • Director: William Wyler
  • Writer: Dalton Trumbo,Ian McLellan Hunter,John Dighton
  • Countries of origin: United States
  • Language: English, Italian, German
  • Release date: September 2, 1953
  • Runtime: 1h 58min
  • Aspect ratio: 1.37 : 1
  • Also known as: Praznik u Rimu
  • "Roman Holiday" (Roman Holiday) is a romantic movie filmed by Paramount Pictures, Inc. of the United States in 1953. The story tells a romantic story between a princess from a European principality and an American reporter in one day in Rome, Italy. .
    The film was co-starred by Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn , and achieved great success, becoming a classic Hollywood black and white film. Audrey Hepburn also won an Oscar for Best Actress for the film. 

    Details

    • Release date September 2, 1953
    • Filming locations Cafe Rocca, Via della Rotonda 25, Pantheon, Rome, Lazio, Italy
    • Production companies Paramount Pictures

    Box office

    Budget

    $1,500,000 (estimated)

    Movie reviews

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    • By Raleigh 2022-07-15 13:01:33

      Roman Holiday--Favorite Childhood Classic Movies

      The best of William Wheeler, the best of Dalton Trumbo, the best of Gregory Peck, and the best of Audrey Hepburn are in this movie, and they all join forces in that black and white image that is about to disappear in 1953, leaving the last classic.

      When talking about classic movies, "Roman Holiday" is often the first name that comes to mind....

    • By Eliseo 2022-04-24 07:01:05

      'Roman Holiday' movie review: The two forget each other

      In this world, there is always something called eternal. Such as love, such as "Roman Holiday". Although the two lovers could not get married, Rome became the witness of their eternal love. Perhaps, every girl once had a princess complex in her heart, fantasizing that one day she would be able to wear a crown and dress, surrounded by everyone, holding the prince's hand and carrying his white head with him. But one day, a real princess got tired of the dull palace life, secretly climbed over...

    • By Johanna 2022-04-23 07:01:41

      only see half

      This movie was shown by the English teacher in the third year of junior high school. I remember that the middle school entrance examination was about to take place. The English teacher said that if we got the first grade in the English test, he would show us a movie. As a result, we really got to the first grade, and the teacher had to show us a movie later, and that movie was (Roman Holiday). That was the first time we knew Audrey Hepburn, the first time we discovered the angel on earth, the...

    • By Randall 2022-04-23 07:01:41

      first touch of love

      I am familiar with this classic film, but I have never seen it, because I saw the beautiful and romantic city of Rome in the popular broadcast of Flowers and Teenagers, and I immediately watched this film while the iron was hot. How would you rate Hepburn? Eternal goddess, I think Hepburn has always been an untouchable beauty. Because it is too beautiful, I would rather not look at it, otherwise it will be dwarfed by comparison. The elegance of a princess, the cuteness of a little girl. It...

    • By Fanny 2022-04-23 07:01:41

      forever hepburn

      Today, with the rapid development of the film industry, it is a miracle that black and white films can be handed down for such a long time. It well represents the peak of the past, and it also tells us that it is not the brilliant technology of the film that really touches people's hearts. It's that touch of heart.
      Roman Holiday, that day is very short and very long, it is temporary and eternal, it represents the most beautiful part of our time, and every time I think of it, I am moved as...

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    • By Keenan 2022-11-08 16:46:08

      The process of watching the movie is happy, and the end is melancholy. The princess is so beautiful, the reality is so cruel, and freedom certainly wouldn't be so appealing without these responsibilities that you want to get rid of. Isn't life like this, swaying in the life that I yearn and tire...

    • By Eloisa 2022-10-19 05:30:14

      I just want to say that the temperament of the princess is not covered! This movie still looks like a masterpiece to this...

    • By Justyn 2022-10-18 04:56:48

      "It Happened One Night" followed the trend. Hepburn's final performance was really good, and she deservedly won the OSCAR Best Actress that year. 1. At the beginning, it seemed that Chairman Jiang was mentioned. . . . 2. The first reporter at the last press conference seemed to be called "Hitchcock". . . . . 3. Personally, I think the last kiss goodbye in the car is very perfunctory, and it is over after a hasty touch. . . ....

    • By Mariela 2022-09-20 23:20:51

      This is really a classic romantic movie, Hepburn's Elephant...

    • By Briana 2022-04-24 07:01:05

      One of the most annoying things that nostalgic road does is when "Blue Bridge" and "Roman Holiday" appeared on the shelves at the same time, I chose the...

    Movie plot

    Princess Anne, as the heir to the throne, will visit major cities in Europe. As soon as the news came out, it caused a great sensation. The last stop of Princess Anne’s European tour was Rome. Princess Anne wanted to enjoy the beautiful scenery of Rome to her fullest, but the attendants refused because they were noble princesses and were not suitable for showing up in front of the people of the Li people, and injected her. sedative....
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    Making highlights

    1. At the beginning of the movie, the elderly gentleman who danced with Princess Anna said to her in Hindi: "I want to die on this ship."
    2. Joe (Gregory Parker) pretended that his hand was bitten off by the mouth of the stone statue. One of the scenes was an improvisation by Parker. When he took his hand out of the stone, he hid it in his sleeve, which was a gag learned from Reid Skotton. This episode surprised Hepburn, so the scene...
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    Wear shots

    1. Return to the palace after bidding farewell to Bradley. In the first scene, Anna's hairstyle is different between different shots. Especially between the middle shot and the close-up, her bangs changed.
    2. When Joe Bradley followed Anna through the street, people were watching the filming, not as comfortable as usual.
    3. When Joe and Anna met in the square, the time displayed by the big clock was 11 o'clock, and a few minutes later,...
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    Background creation

    The plan for this movie was first proposed by Frank Capra in 1949, and he hoped to star Gary Grant and Elizabeth Taylor. The screenwriter of the film, Dalton Trombeau, was blacklisted by the Committee on Non-American Activities in the U.S. House of Representatives, and production was repeatedly blocked.
    William Wheeler just finished the serious "Heiress" and "Detective Story" and wanted to try a romantic comedy, so he took the film....
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    Evaluation action

    If in the history of film, an actress has obtained the status of a goddess through a film, there is no doubt that only Audrey Hepburn and her "Roman Holiday". And the hairstyle and clothing trend that she set off at the time has become a beautiful extension of this legend. (Sina Online Review) 
    The plot of "Roman Holiday" is simple, but it has become a world classic with the successful performance of the male and female protagonists...
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    Movie quotes

    • Princess Ann: I have to leave you now. I'm going to that corner there and turn. You must stay in the car and drive away. Promise not to watch me go beyond the corner. Just drive away and leave me as I leave you.

      Joe Bradley: All right.

      Princess Ann: I don't know how to say goodbye. I can't think of any words.

      Joe Bradley: Don't try.

    • Princess Ann: At midnight, I'll turn into a pumpkin and drive away in my glass slipper.

      Joe Bradley: And that will be the end of the fairy tale.

    • Princess Ann: Have I been here all night, alone?

      Joe Bradley: If you don't count me, yes.

      Princess Ann: So I've spent the night here - with you?

      Joe Bradley: Well now, I-I don't know that I'd use those words exactly, but uh, from a certain angle, yes.

      Princess Ann: [beaming with a smile] How do you do?

      Joe Bradley: How do you do?

      Princess Ann: And you are - ?

      Joe Bradley: Bradley, Joe Bradley.

      Princess Ann: Delighted.

      Joe Bradley: You don't know how delighted I am to meet you.

      Princess Ann: You may sit down.

      Joe Bradley: [sitting on the bed] Thank you very much. What's your name?

      Princess Ann: You may call me Anya.