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Happy Birthday Audrey Hepburn

"Everything I learned, I learned from the movies." Audrey Hepburn

Three special films over three days to celebrate Audrey Hepburn's birthday.

4 May 2018 6 May 2018

English with Thai subtitles



poster roman holidayRoman Holiday

1953, 118 mins, USA, directed by William Wyler, English with Thai subtitles.

Roman Holiday is a delightful, captivating fairy-tale romance shot entirely on location in Rome, and produced and directed by one of Hollywood's most skillful, distinguished, professional and eminent directors, William Wyler.

The film's bittersweet story is a charming romantic-comedy, a kind of Cinderella storybook tale in reverse (with an April-October romance). A runaway princess named Princess Ann (Audrey Hepburn), during a goodwill tour of Europe, rebels against her sheltered life and royal obligations. She escapes the insulated confines of her royal prison to find a 'Prince Charming' commoner - an American journalist-reporter (Gregory Peck) covering the royal tour in Rome. The story was reportedly based on the real-life Italian adventures of British Princess Margaret. (Source: AMC)



poster parisParis When It Sizzles

1964, 110 mins, USA, directed by Richard Quine, English with Thai subtitles.

Hotshot Hollywood screenwriter Richard Benson (William Holden) is in trouble. He sold a script idea to decadent producer Alexander Meyerheim (Noel Coward), but has wasted all the time he had to finish the screenplay by traipsing around Paris. With just a couple of days left before the deadline, Benson gets a new assistant named Gabrielle Simpson (Audrey Hepburn), who helps him put together a love story by acting out all the possible scenarios. But life eventually beginning to imitate art.



poster breakfastBreakfast at Tiffany's

1961, 115 mins, USA, directed by Blake Edwards, English with Thai subtitles.

Breakfast at Tiffany's is about a young woman named Holly Golightly. Holly was married at a very young age but moved to New York City so she could be happy. While in New York, Holly meets a man named Paul Varjak. At first, Paul does not like Holly, though she hopes to become his friend. Over time, they form a friendship and an undeniable romantic attraction forms between the two. Eventually, she learns that running from her "old life" will not make her happy. She learns a lot about herself and how to truly be happy, no matter where she lives or who she is friends with.