SABRINA (1954)

Audrey Hepburn sparkles in the title role as the chauffeur’s daughter who pines in anonymity for wealthy playboy William Holden. She’s packed off to Paris to forget her heartbreak and returns a fashionable woman of the world—and Holden takes notice. So too does his responsible brother Humphrey Bogart, who intends for his kid brother to make a good marriage with a wealthy heiress. Running interference, Bogie steps out with Sabrina himself—and into a comic love triangle. DIR/SCR/PROD Billy Wilder; SCR Samuel A. Taylor, Ernest Lehman. U.S., 1954, b&w, 113 min. NOT RATED

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113 Minutes
Comedy-drama, romance
Friday, July 27, 2018