“I believe in pink. I believe that laughing is the best calorie burner. I believe in kissing, kissing a lot. I believe in being strong when everything seems to be going wrong. I believe that happy girls are the prettiest girls. I believe that tomorrow is another day and I believe in miracles.”
Audrey Hepburn is a British film actress that is no less than one of the most celebrated film and fashion icons in the history of filmmaking. Her legacy not only as an actress but a world-renowned and loved personality still endures even after two decades since she passed away. She has inspired not only girls but almost everyone in her words, deeds, great talent, and legacy, and will continue to do so for the upcoming generations. Let us look back at her most loved and celebrated roles she has flawlessly done in her lifetime.
- Princess Ann in Roman Holiday
A princess who is set to have a European tour that is highly publicized wears her out and she sneaks out one night to escape from her restrictions and tight schedule. Because of a sedative she needed to take earlier, she falls asleep on a bench and was taken home by an American newspaper reporter who was in Rome. He sets off to do a cover on the princess’s press conference, and then realizes that she was in fact at his home. He promises his editor to do an exclusive interview with her.
- Sabrina Fairchild in Sabrina
Sabrina is a shy and awkward daughter of the household chauffeur of a wealthy family who has been infatuated with the happy-go-lucky Larrabee son David. He never noticed her until after she returned from Paris completely turned to an elegant and sophisticated woman. She successfully catches David’s attention, but was also falling in love with the responsible and workaholic Larrabee son Linus who was also on his way to falling in love with her.
- Sister Luke (Gabrielle van der Mal) in The Nun’s Story
Gabrielle is a stubborn daughter of a famous surgeon who decides to abandon her affluent life to enter a convent. After she has served for so long in a mental institution, she was sent to Congo to help in medical works there and proves to be an effective nurse in aid of Dr. Fortunati. She was then ordered to go back to Belgium and then realizes that her father was killed by German invaders. She decides to leave her religious life as a nun because she cannot bear to remain neutral on against the cruel invaders.
- Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany’s
The young and glamorous New York socialite Holly Golightly falls for the new neighbour in her apartment who was a striving writer Paul Varjak. Probably her most iconic role ever, Holly Golightly has been loved and adored by many girls for her elegance and sophistication even up to this very day.
- Susy Hendrix in Wait Until Dark
Susy Hendrix just lost her vision and she was terrorized by three hoodlums who believe that she has the doll stuffed with drugs.