Sabrina (1954)


Sabrina (1954)


Billy Wilder


Audrey Hepburn

Humphrey Bogart

William Holden


A playboy becomes interested in the daughter of his family’s chauffeur, but it’s his more serious brother who would be the better man for her.


I don’t remember the first time I ever watched this movie but I loved it. When I saw that Amazon had it available I had to watch. For whatever reason I don’t own this on Blu Ray or DVD, at one point I did have it on VHS.

Watching this now, older and not through the eyes of a teenager, I kind of think Sabrina, Audrey Hepburn, is an idiot. She has a huge crush on a boy and tries to kill herself because her father is sending her to Paris to go to school. Over dramatic much? It takes her years and she still doesn’t get over him, she just starts to feel like an adult, only she isn’t. Honestly it’s not until Linus, Humphrey Bogart, takes an interest in her that she actually starts to mature. Naturally, she falls in love cause that’s what she knows how to do.

Oh well. I like the movie a lot. Will watch it when I see it available and one day I’ll pick it up.



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