不朽的经典, 永远的女神

罗马假日

奥黛丽·赫本饰)是一位皇室的公主。她正在对欧洲的一些首都进行公开的访问,包括罗马。
一天夜晚,她对她第二天将要进行的非常紧张的公务感到难以承受而变得情绪失控。她的医生给她注射了一针镇静剂来帮助睡眠,


公主殿下

公主殿下


但是公主悄悄地离开了她所在的大使馆,希望自己来体验真正的罗马

出逃

出逃

此时画面转向一个小房间

电影中的男主人公正在打牌🃏️

电影中的男主人公正在打牌🃏️


不久,镇静剂开始发挥效力,公主在路边的一张长椅上睡着了,并被一位美国记者乔伊·布莱德利所发现。
初识

初识


由于双方并不认识,他给了她一些钱让她坐出租车回家。但是非常困倦的“安雅·史密斯”(她本人如此自称)拒绝合作。
出租车🚗️

出租车🚗️


最终,出于安全考虑,乔伊决定让她在自己的公寓度过一晚。一开始,他对她王室一般的举止感到非常好笑,
更衣

更衣


但是当发现她占据了自己的床铺,乔伊感到很不高兴。他没有叫醒她就直接把她移到一把躺椅上。第二天早上,乔伊发现自己起晚了。慌忙中他冲出门去上班,没有顾及她。

迟到

迟到

当他的主编韩纳西责问他为什么迟到,乔伊撒了谎。他声称自己已经参加过了为公主召开的记者见面会。当乔伊开始有头有脸地编造所谓的见面会上的细节时,韩纳西告诉他根本就没有什么记者见面会,因为公主突然“生病”了,原来准备进行的见面会也告取消。乔伊看到了一张公主的照片,并认出了她就是昨天晚上自己遇到的那个年轻女子。

报纸📰️

报纸📰️

最后,乔伊韩纳西打赌说他能够写出一篇有关公主的独家报道,以逃过主编的斥责。

独家报道

独家报道

乔伊意识到著名的公主在他的房间中,他仿佛感到自己面对的是一笔飞来横财。他小心地隐藏自己媒体记者的身份,主动提出带安雅在罗马参观。后来当他遇到自己的朋友,照相师欧文·拉多维奇时,事情变得更加顺利,因为他的朋友对暗中拍摄的本领掌握得非常娴熟。

拍照

拍照


这时安雅却不愿意让乔伊陪同自己而独自离开。

享受着这样的自由(平时她总是有永远没有尽头的公务与访问),安雅心血来潮地在一家理发店把她的头发剪短。

理发💇🏻‍♀️

理发💇🏻‍♀️


乔伊悄悄地跟着她,并且“意外地”再次遇到她。
偶遇

偶遇



他们用了一天时间在罗马周游,去了很多景点。
游玩

游玩


在真理之口,他们看到了一个据说能够咬下说谎者的手指的石雕。当乔伊把他的手拿出来时,他把手藏在了袖子里使之看起来像是被咬掉了。
真理之石

真理之石


安雅大声惊叫的时候,他却把手重新从袖子中拿出了并大笑。后来,安雅告诉乔伊她一直以来的一个梦想,那就是做一个普通的女孩,过一种常人的生活,而不需要承当作为公主那么深重的责任。那天晚上,当两个人在一只小船上跳舞时,八名特工发现了公主,想强行将公主带走。但在一阵混乱中,乔伊安雅巧妙地逃脱。
坠入爱河

坠入爱河


在这短短的一天里,两个人逐渐坠入爱河,

安雅知道双方的关系是不可能持续的。在极度的痛苦中,她和乔伊道别,并且回到了大使馆。自始至终,她都没有主动说出自己真实的身份。

在这天所发生的一连串事件中,韩纳西逐渐了解到公主并不是像大使馆声称的那样生病了,而是失踪。想到乔伊和他打的那个赌,他立刻怀疑乔伊知道公主在哪里,并且试图让乔伊说出来,但是乔伊始终说自己对此一无所知。照顾到乔伊对公主的感情,欧文最终勉强同意不再出售自己所暗中拍摄的公主照片。

第二天,安公主出现在了推迟举行的新闻发布会上,并且对乔伊欧文的出现感到惊讶。欧文用打火机状的袖珍照相机拍了一张照片,而这正是他在前一天秘密拍摄公主照片的方法。欧文将这些照片还给了公主,当作“公主在罗马的回忆照片”。乔伊间接地让公主知道,她的秘密将永远不会外泄。


而公主,当回答记者的提问:“公主殿下旅途中最欣赏哪一个城市?”的问题时,在一串外交辞令之后,终于流露出自己的真情:

Rome, by all means, Rome. I will cherish my visit here in memory, as long as I live!
罗马,当然是罗马。我会用我的一生来珍藏在这座城市里度过的每一分钟。

新闻发布会结束了,公主离开了大厅。只有乔伊默默地站着,深沉地守着会目送公主离开的约定。

深情👁️目送

深情👁️目送

奥黛丽·赫本

奥黛丽赫本(出生于奥黛丽凯瑟琳·拉斯顿,比利时 ; 1929年5月4日 - 1993年1月20日)是英国女演员,模特,舞蹈家和人道主义者。赫本被公认为电影和时尚偶像,在好莱坞的黄金时代也很活跃。她被美国电影学院评为好莱坞黄金时代第三大女性电影传奇人物,并入选国际最佳着装名单名人堂。

赫本出生于布鲁塞尔附近的伊克塞尔市,在比利时,英国和荷兰度过了童年。在阿姆斯特丹,她与Sonia Gaskell学习芭蕾舞,之后于1948年移居伦敦,继续与Marie Rambert一起进行芭蕾舞训练,然后在西区音乐剧制作中担任合唱女郎。

在几部影片中出现少量影片之后,赫本出演了1951年的百老汇戏剧“ 吉吉”,后来被法国小说家科莱特发现,该片以戏剧为基础。在罗马假日(1953年)担任主角后,她成为明星,她是第一位获得奥斯卡金像奖,金球奖和BAFTA奖的女演员。就在同一年,赫本赢得了托尼奖为在玩最佳女主角,她在演出代恩。她继续在一些成功的电影中出演,如萨布丽娜(1954),尼姑的故事(1959年),Tiffany Breakfast(1961年),Charade(1963年),My Lady Lady(1964年)和Wait Until Dark(1967 年),获得奥斯卡金像奖,金球奖和BAFTA提名。赫本获得三项英国电影艺术学院颁发的最佳英国女演员奖。为了表彰她的电影生涯,她获得了BAFTA终身成就奖,金球奖Cecil B. DeMille奖,电影演员公会终身成就奖和特别托尼奖。她仍然是15名获得学院,艾美奖,格莱美奖和托尼奖的人之一。

随着她的生活继续,赫本出现在较少的电影中,将她的大部分生活都献给了联合国儿童基金会。自1954年以来,她一直为该组织做出贡献,然后在1988年至1992年期间在非洲,南美洲和亚洲的一些最贫困社区工作。她被授予总统自由勋章,以表彰她1992年12月担任联合国儿童基金会亲善大使的工作。一个月后,赫本去世,享年63岁,在瑞士的家中死于阑尾癌。


Audrey Hepburn —— A true angel in this world

Roman Holiday



Audrey Hepburn thrilled audiences with starring roles in noteworthy films like Breakfast at Tiffany’s,Sabrina , Roman Holiday, My Fair Lady, War and Peace, and Always .

Despite her success in the film domain, the roles she most preferred portraying were not in movies. She was an exemplary mother to her two sons and a UNICEF (the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund) Ambassador of Goodwill serving victims in war-torn countries.

As a yong girl during the Nazi occupation of her native Holland, Audrey Hepburn was aware of the brutality, death and destruction of war. She was hungry and malnourished, as her family was bankrupted as a result of the invasion. Audrey’s father abandoned the family, and two of her uncles were taken captive and killed. Audrey was grabbed off the street by Nazis and placed in line to be sent to a work camp. When the guards glanced away she darted off, barely escaping, and huddled in a cold, foul basement full of rats.

The little girl who would become the world’s most magical actress began as an anonymous refugee confronting life’s horrors and fragilityy firsthand. But she refused to allow her spirit to be afflicted by the desperate reality of her young life. Instead, she transcended those chanllenges but never forgot what it felt like to suffer, to be hungry, alone and helpless.

After the war, Audrey and her mother left Holland, arrving in London as poor immigrants. Her dream of becoming a prime dancer drove her into a rigorous schedule at a famous ballet school. Later, she was spotted by a froducer and eventually landed a role in the film Roman Holiday starring Gregory Peck, one of Hollywood’s top leading men.

Soon, Audrey was transformed from a malnourished immigrant to an internationally famous movie star. Director Billy Wilder complimented her, saying, “Audrey walked beautifully, she spoke beautifully.” Although she won many Academy Awards and other honors for acting, Audrey felt that her most significant work was hmanitarian divorces and from her memories of the war. Yet, Audrey neverlet her sadness overcome her or jeopardize her hope for a brighter future. Audrey finally met her soul mate, Robert Wolders, and spent the last 12 years of her life with him.

Becaming famous never changed Audrey’s generous and compassionate character. She felt a deep sense of responsibility to alleviate suffering of those in meed, especially children. Friends said Audrey had a complete lack of ego and accepted and appreciated others as they were.

Though she became very wealthy, she owned only one home in Switzerland. For Audrey it was a paradise wher she could hide from the world with her beloved family, work in her garden and take long walks in nature.

In 1998, Audrey was appointed a Goodwill Ambassador for UNICEF desinged toprovide emergency food and helthcare to children suffering the destruction of war or other catastrophes. In that role, her lifelong passion for helping those in need, found its greatest calling.

She turned down three million dollars to pen her autobiography and instead accepted one dollar a year in the more conscientious role as diplomat for UNICEF. For seven months out of each of her last five years, she and Robby left the peace and beauty in their cozy home to embark on outreach trips into some of the most difficult places on earth. From Bangladesh, Sudan, India, Vietnam, Kenya, Ethiopia, Central and South America, to Somalia, Audrey Hepburn traveled representing UNICEF, making over 50 emotionally draining and physically dangerous missions into bleak destinations to raise world awareness of wars and droughts. Having been a bictim of war, she understood the blessing of being the beneficiary of food, clothing, and, most of all, hope.

Audrey felt it was wicked that billions of children were deprived of simple joys and drowned in ovewhelming misery. She believed dedplu int he ideology that all people share in the duty to care for those in need. Audruey Hepburn was always ready to lead by example. She said: “When you deny childhood, you deny life.” She saw UNICEF’s work as an integral, sacred force in people’s living and said of UNICEF’s work as an integral, sacred force in people’s lives and said of UNICEF’s results,

Anyone who doesn’t believe in miracles is not a realist.

Roman Holiday


In 1992, Audrey was stricken by cancer. She, Robby and her sons returned to their home in Switzerland for their last Christmas together.

Audrey’s long-time friend and world-famous French fashion designer, Hubert de Givenchy, spoke to his cherished friend for the last time, just before she died. He said she was “…serene at the end because she knew she had achieved everything with perfection”.

Audrey Hepburn’s passion for service was enduring. Even as herlife ended at 63 years of age, she remained a gracious woman who perpetually signified simplicity, charity, charm and kindness.

The majesty of Audrey Hepburn’s spirit of social responsibility and dedication lives on in her words:

Remember, if you ever need a helping hand, it’s at the end of your arm. As you ger older, remember you have another hand: The first is to help yourself, the second is to help others.” And “For beautiful eyes, look for the good in others; for beautiful lips, speak only words of kindness; and for poise, walk with the knowledge that you are never alone.