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Princess Anne embarks on a highly publicized tour of Europian capitals. When she and her royal entourage arrive in Rome, she begins to rebel against her restricted, regimented schedule. One night Anne sneaks out of her room, hops into the back of a delivery truck and escapes her luxurious confinement. However, a sedative she was force
Release date : 2 September 1953
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Greatest Film Tearjerking Moments Q - Z (51 movies items)
"There were two moving, tear-jerking scenes in this classic film:
First, the sad goodbye scene between Princess Ann (Audrey Hepburn) and commoner newspaper reporter Joe Bradley (Gregory Peck) after they had spent a wonderful day together. She gave Joe difficult-to-hear directions after he drove her to the Embassy gate so she could return to her royal duties: "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 beyo"
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The Ups: One of the best romantic comedies full of charm and Audrey Hepburn is perfectly cast as princess on the run. Gregory Peck is surprisingly warm and pleasant as the possible love interest. The ending is what really works with the movie.
The Downs: All modern romantic comedies pale compared to this one. "
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"Audrey Hepburn's American film debut as a European princess who, overstressed by the demands of her royal duties, decides to unwind by going "slumming" about all over Rome. And not once throughout the entire journey, does she fail to exude the radient beauty that not only contributed to forever mark her place in film history, but also, that epitomizes the phrase "Lighting up the screen".
Therefore, as a result, I find that, even with it's well-written script, direction, supporting cast & chemist"
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