Holiday wind is slightly sweet

Shaina 2022-04-21 09:01:45

Fresh and sweet holiday wind, from 1953. Although it has traveled for more than a year, there is no stale taste and mottled state. The movie is about a "Princess Escape", nothing to do with thrills, it's all fun. The princess shopping is an experience of life. The princess' haircut symbolizes independence. The princess accepts love and shows that human nature is immortal. When the princess returns to the court, she understands the meaning of responsibility. After experiencing it, I know that the sky is high and the earth is wide, and the princess' final choice is the embodiment of growth. Whether the core of the movie is love, I'm not sure, because Hepburn's dream and Gregory Peck's dream did not merge until the last moment, and then they returned to both sides. In addition to the disappointment, it is more about the decency given to each other. Between love and money, a gentleman's choice is never wrong, albeit a fleeting love. Looking at "Roman Holiday" with today's eyes, the minimalist story and always predictable plot are indeed a bit thin, but these are not problems, because this is Rome, because there is Hepburn. The lightness, the delicate appearance, the elegant and pretty, and the genial smile all capture the soul. The beauty of Hepburn can be seen from a distance and cannot be played with. The beauty of Hepburn is the only standard for the figuration of "heart". The beauty of Hepburn can blur the concept of race and gender. Few male protagonists can catch the beauty of Hepburn (that is, Parker). Let me ask, who doesn't love Hepburn? There are thousands of princesses, Hepburn, only one.

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Roman Holiday quotes

  • Princess Ann: [as Ann and Joe dance] Hello.

    Joe Bradley: Hello.

    Princess Ann: Mr. Bradley, if you don't mind my saying so, I think you are a ringer.

    Joe Bradley: Wha - oh, thanks very much.

    Princess Ann: You spent the whole day doing things I've always wanted to. Why?

    Joe Bradley: I don't know. Seemed the thing to do.

  • Mario Delani, hairdresser: [holding Ann's long hair] All off?

    Princess Ann: All off.

    Mario Delani, hairdresser: [seconds later] Are you sure?

    Princess Ann: Yes!

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