Roman Holiday (1953)
Names are running in the opening credits. Gregory Peck. The dashing young man is already a star by 1953, with more than a dozen films to his name. Successful films. But who on earth is Audrey Hepburn? A young starlet given her first leading role. Let's see what she makes of it. Towards the end of the opening credits, a caption: "This film was photographed and recorded in its entirety in Rome, Italy”. An important message, because for eighty years Hollywood filmmakers rarely left their studios, let alone their country. Let's make it clear also that Rome is protagonist in this film.
In English, with Hungarian subtitles.
The discussions before and after the screening will be conducted in Hungarian.
Presented by: Müpa Budapest
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