Funny Face

Funny Face
Funny Face

Film Details

Year

1957

Duration

103 minutes

Genres

Comedy, Musicals, Romance

Language

English

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Synopsis

The frivolous world of high fashion is the backdrop for this charming romantic-comedy musical. If the editor of Quality magazine tells the world to "think pink," then that's what happens - and now she's looking to make a new model a star. Intellectual Jo works in a bookshop, but is swept into the glamourous fashion world when she accidentally meets photographer Dick Avery. She thinks it's all rather shallow and silly, but wants to take advantage of a promised trip to Paris. But it's the city of love after all, and sparks soon fly between the photographer and his reluctant model.

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U Classification

Contains infrequent mild comic violence.

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