Sunday Tasmanian - Tassie Living - - WEEK IN MOVIES -



Effi cient if un­nec­es­sary re­mod­elling of the 1954 Au­drey Hep­burn clas­sic. Doe- eyed Ju­lia Or­mond ( Leg­ends of the Fall) has the tough job of fi lling Au­drey’s dainty shoes, and she makes a fair fi st of it if you don’t har­bour too many mem­o­ries of the orig­i­nal. Or­mond’s ti­tle char­ac­ter is the lowly daugh­ter of a chauf­feur to a wealthy fam­ily, a plain Jane who fails to trou­ble the trousers of the swing­ing play­boy of the house, David ( Greg Kin­n­ear), or his se­ri­ous older brother, Li­nus ( Har­ri­son Ford). But it’s amaz­ing what a work­ing hol­i­day in Paris will do for a girl, and Sab­rina re­turns from her chic French pad a drop- dead gor­geous, posh- talk­ing man- mag­net.

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