David Gilmour must read CD, as he penned an article about Audrey Hepburn!
Her movies, which are ploddingly detailed in Donald Spoto's plodding, unnecessary new biography, Enchantment, have not aged all that well. There are a few good ones — Wait Until Dark; Robin and Marian — and a terrific one, Roman Holiday. But for the most part, her film work is a series of isolated, ne plus ultra moments such as the balcony scene in Breakfast at Tiffany's.
I disagree with the above. Movies like Sabrina, Funny Face, My Fair Lady, and Always (small role) are just as watchable today as they were some 50 years ago.