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Edgardo 2022-04-22 07:01:08

Through "Roman Holiday", I first met Audrey Hepburn, the forever lady, and Gregory Peck, the forever gentleman.

Today, they have become journalists Joe Bradley and Princess Anne in the movie, embedded in the memory of the city of Rome, falling asleep. These two names seem to lie quietly on the coins of the Trevi Fountain, bringing some gentle dreams to the masculine city of Rome.

People always like to compare "Roman Holiday" to "Gone with the Wind". It is praised that "Gone with the Wind" shows the love, hate and separation of an era, while "Roman Holiday" has nothing but two dazzling stars. Let these harsh critics say, their disparagement does nothing to shake the 119-minute black-and-white film's place in our hearts.

The plot of "Roman Holiday" is as bright as a holiday mood. Princess Anne visits Rome, and because she is so distressed by the red tape, she sneaks out to enjoy the beautiful night scene, and then meets the kind reporter Joe. The next day, Qiao saw a report in the newspaper that "the princess is sick and cancels all activities" and felt strange. After careful observation, she found out that it was the so-called "sick princess" who was staying last night, so she wanted to take this opportunity to publish Exclusive, make a good profit. He took the princess around and asked his friends to secretly take pictures of the princess. The princess' country also sent personnel to inquire about the whereabouts of the princess. They met, but were cleverly avoided by Qiao. But the princess still has to return to the palace in the end. When they parted, they found that they had already loved each other, but due to the disparity of identities, they had to sacrifice love. At the press conference held, the two made a pun, and those photos together finally became the most cherished gift after they said goodbye.

It's not just a story of Rome, it's an immortal myth of Rome that has touched generations, and we're so content to indulge in the wonderful moments that are well-acted.

Hepburn's hairstyle, 17-inch slender waist, Parker's handsome smile, and deep eyes gave us the first memory of love in "Roman Holiday", and every bit is deeply engraved in our hearts.

Over 50 years of washing, making it a classic. I still remember the Trevi Fountain, the most famous "Wish Fountain" in Rome. It has always been a saying that if you can throw a coin into the pool with your back to the fountain, you can go back to Rome. I wonder if the coins they put in in "Roman Holiday" can make the fallen stars return to Rome in heaven.

Rome, the eternal city that I have returned to again and again, I gaze with admiration at the grace they have left on that land, which has lasted for half a century and never goes away. I tossed the coin that belonged to me and finally returned to Rome. Because the city has always looked forward to the reunion of Princess Anne and Joe, and the return of Hepburn and Pike.

"Every city is unforgettable, and it's really hard to choose which one to choose,...but the most impressive one is...Rome! Undoubtedly Rome!!" Princess Anne gave us the most perfect interpretation!

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  • Gussie 2022-03-23 09:01:40

    An almost perfect angel princess! Audrey Hepburn forever fairy goddess! Her Royal Highness Princess in "Roman Holiday" is the peak value of Goddess Hepburn! !

  • Adelbert 2022-03-28 09:01:02

    In fact, it is far worse than a romantic night. The whole film is extremely procrastinated, and there is no sense of rhythm at all. The difference is that It Happened One Night gave a comedy ending, and Roman Holiday had a touch of sadness...a successful adaptation, an unsuccessful work.

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!