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Roman Holiday Film Summary & Analysis

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Context

Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn perform in this delightful comedy in which Princess Ann of a country unnamed runs away from the Embassy in Rome in search of some much-needed freedom. Since her doctor gives her a sleeping pill, Anne ends up falling asleep on a bench on the side of the road.

Gregory Peck, who plays Joe, finds Ann and takes her to his home when he cannot find where she lives. The next morning he realizes that he is host to the famous Princess Ann and decides to cash in on the story. He calls his photographer, Irving and the two take Ann around town to show her all the sights while photographing her.

Joe discovers one unexpected problem-he falls for Ann. Once he falls for her, he realizes that he can't sell the story. Instead, he tells Irving to sell the pictures if he...

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