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The Audrey Hepburn Story (2000)

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Biographic made-for-TV movie of the life of one of Hollywood's most famous actreses: Audrey Hepburn, spaning from her early childhood to the 1960's which details her life as Dutch ... See full summary »

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Steven Robman

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Marsha Norman
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jennifer Love Hewitt ... Audrey Hepburn
Frances Fisher ... Ella van Heemstra
Keir Dullea ... Joseph Hepburn
Gabriel Macht ... William Holden
Peter Giles ... James Hanson
Emmy Rossum ... Young Audrey Hepburn (ages 12-16)
Eric McCormack ... Mel Ferrer
Seana Kofoed ... Kay Kendall
Michael J. Burg ... Truman Capote
Stéphane Archambault ... Marcel
Joan Copeland ... Cathleen Nesbitt
Marcel Jeannin ... Givenchy
Adam MacDonald ... Nick Dana
Mark Camacho ... Tiffany's Cab Driver
Sarah Hyland ... Audrey Hepburn (at 8 years old)
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Biographic made-for-TV movie of the life of one of Hollywood's most famous actreses: Audrey Hepburn, spaning from her early childhood to the 1960's which details her life as Dutch overachieving ballerina, coming to grips with her parents divorce and enduring five hard years of living in Nazi occupied Holland during World War II. Audrey then settles in the USA where she tries to make it big as a movie actress and the emotional trials that follow her with it. Written by Matthew Patay

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The dazzling true story of one of Hollywood's great icons See more »

Genres:

Biography | Drama

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG for a scene of violence and brief language | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA | Canada

Language:

English | German

Release Date:

27 March 2000 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Audrey Hepburn See more »

Filming Locations:

Montréal, Québec, Canada

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

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1.37 : 1
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Trivia

Like Audrey Hepburn herself, Jennifer Love Hewitt is also an ambassador for the charity UNICEF, Jennifer has always admired Audrey and considered it a great honour to follow in her footsteps. See more »

Goofs

When Hepburn finally reunites with her father, she leaves estranged. In reality, she maintained in touch with her dad until the end of his life. See more »

Quotes

Truman Capote: [Watching Audrey continually fail to eat the breakfast pastry - in front of Tiffany and Co] See why I didn't want Hepburn for this? She can't eat. Marilyn Monroe is who I wanted. Marilyn Monroe knows how to eat.
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References The Lavender Hill Mob (1951) See more »

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Clueless without Painful
14 July 2006 | by AZINDNSee all my reviews

TV starlet Jennifer Love Hewitt as Audrey Hepburn is a casting fiasco. That an actress with small frame and fine facial features was necessary for the generation of TV spawn who have never seen her films like "Breakfast at Tiffany's" or "Roman Holiday," was the likely reason Love-Hewitt was selected for the role seems the only reasonable explanation. It certainly was never because of her staggering talent as the young woman extended her range from A to a and got to wear her mother's dresses simultaneously. This is cartoon pablum at best and worst. The excellent character actress, Frances Fisher as Audrey's elegant aristocratic mother wipes Hewitt off the page by just a restrained glance and her considerable talent. Eric McCormick as Mel Ferrar seems a tad too animated and beefy, but it is the remainder of the cast who seem to have only been cast because of their minimal resemblance to known actors such as Gregory Peck and William Holden who are truly forgettable with cause.

Affected and lacking the grace of Ms. Hepburn, this made for TV drama is worthy of a Rassie award for worst of the worst. It is painful to see the memory of Ms. Hepburn reduced to farce. Stick to her films and skip the made-for-TV insult.


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