Funny Face Review

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Charged by his editor with finding intelligent new faces to spearhead Quality magazine's bold new direction, photographer Dick Avery (Astaire) runs into a seemingly owlish bookshop clerk called Jo Stockton (Hepburn). Could she be the one?


A box-office flop that proved cinematically priceless, this 1957 MGM musical made at Paramount anticipated the Nouvelle Vague while also parodying the medium and its status as both art form and entertainment. Naturally, Fred and Audrey are divine.

A timeless musical treat and the most fun you can have with really elegant clothes on.