Grace Kelly and Audrey Hepburn, two of the most revered screen legends of all time, spun in the same Hollywood and New York orbits simultaneously. Both exuded a kind of other worldly ... See full summary »
Grace Kelly and Audrey Hepburn, two of the most revered screen legends of all time, spun in the same Hollywood and New York orbits simultaneously. Both exuded a kind of other worldly elegance addictive to audiences. But they've never been on the same screen. Until now. In this historically possible but completely fictional story, the fresh faced, budding starlets have just barely met before they manage to get themselves in trouble with the law. And what's underneath the elegance is revealed Written by
I saw this short at "Movies at the Mill" on September 22, 2012 in Easton, Pennsylvania. Though it had a nice feel, the story relied on a bit of silliness instead of something witty.
The acting was fine, but Rojas was a complete standout as Audrey Hepburn. She truly embraced the real life natural beauty, and completely captured her in mind and body. Her delivery was exceptional, and Levin's short, based on Keller's script (she also played the role of Grace Kelly), is worth watching simply for her fabulous performance.
I'm not sure why the element of the police officer was brought into play, and why costumer Betsey Potter seemed to have no concept of what kind of sidearm he would have during that time period.
Regardless, the story is "cute" when it could have been wonderful.
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