Approved | | Comedy, Romance
The sprightly young assistant of a Hollywood screenwriter helps him over his writer's block by acting out his fantasies of possible plots.
At one point the song "Funny Face" sung by Fred Astaire is played on a phonograph. It is the same song Astaire sang to Audrey Hepburn in the film of the same name. Holden and Hepburn also have a short dance number reminiscent of the film.
What's the story about?
Richard: It's an action/suspense, uh, romantic melodrama with lots of comedy, of course. And, uh, deep down underneath, a substrata of social comment.
In the film within the film at the outdoor cafe when Gaby is about to touch up her lips, the color of the lipstick is pink matching the color of her lips. On the next shot when it cuts to a closeup of the lipstick, the color has changed to a deep red.
Audrey Hepburn's perfume is credited to Hubert de Givenchy.