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  • Acteurs : Fred Astaire, Kay Thompson, Audrey Hepburn, Robert Flemyng, Dovima
  • Réalisateurs : Stanley Donen
  • Format : Anamorphique, Couleur, Sous-titré, Cinémascope, NTSC, Import
  • Audio : Anglais (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono), Anglais (Dolby Digital 5.1), Français (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono)
  • Sous-titres : Anglais
  • Région : Région 1 (USA et Canada). Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Paramount Home Video
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 10 avril 2001
  • Durée : 103 minutes
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  • ASIN: B00005ALMH
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HASH(0x9e54f03c) étoiles sur 5 "I love your funny face! Your sunny, funny face!" 9 janvier 2003
Par M. Hart - Publié sur
Format: DVD
In 1957, Paramount produced a very enjoyable musical comedy called "Funny Face", directed by Stanley Donen, and to the music of George Gershwin, Adolph Deutsch, Roger Edens and Leonard Gershe. With a simple plot, the film begins in New York City within the offices of the major fashion magazine named "Quality". Its president, Maggie Prescott (Kay Thompson), is determined to find a new way to promote the magazine. In a moment of inspiration, she comes up with the slogan "Think pink," and breaks into song praising the color pink and saying that everything (from women's clothing, soap, furniture, etc.) must be pink. Of course, she "wouldn't be caught dead" in it.
Moving on to another magazine project, Maggie wants to find the perfect spot to photograph one of the magazine's models named Marion (Dovima, who was a major fashion model in the 1950's working closely with photographer Richard Avedon. This was her only film.). An assistant suggests that they go to a bookstore in Greenwich Village to create an intellectual atmosphere. Maggie, Marion, a host of Maggie's staff all in pink and the magazines head photographer, Dick Avery (Fred Astaire), force their way into a dingy, but quiet, bookstore along with all of their equipment. A store employee, Jo Stockton (Audrey Hepburn) protests the uninvited intrusion vehemently, but the "Quality" magazine army locks her out of the store to work undisturbed. After several hours, the "Quality" mob vacates, but the books and store are left in a shambles for Jo to clean up. Dick offers his help to clean the store, but Jo refuses. After Dick leaves, Jo proceeds to sing another wonderful song in the film, "How Long Has This Been Going On?"
Maggie decides that "Quality" must find a real "Quality woman" to represent the magazine and it isn't Marion. When Dick develops the photos taken at the bookstore, Jo is in one of them. He suggests to Maggie that Jo could be the woman that they need, but Maggie has her doubts. To lure Jo to the "Quality" offices, they order a large number of books and want them delivered. Jo arrives hours later with a pile of books and is accosted by Maggie's staff who want to redress her in preparation for a photo shoot. Jo escapes and hides in Dick's dark room. They talk and he sings to her another of the film's title song, "Funny Face". Jo completely disagrees with everything that "Quality" magazine represents; she believes in "empathicalism", a philosophy that rejects all material things, as described by her idol, Professor Emile Flostre, who lives in Paris. When Jo is told that the "Quality woman" photo shoot and a fashion show will be done in Paris, she reluctantly agrees to be the model since it will give her the opportunity to meet Prof. Flostre.
The film continues in Paris where Jo models many clothes designed by Givenchy and a romance between her and Dick Avery develops. Jo finally gets the opportunity to meet Prof. Flostre (Michel Auclair), but will he meet Jo's expectations? Will the romance between Jo and Dick survive the photo shoot and meeting Prof. Flostre? Does Maggie get to produce the Paris fashion show of your dreams? You'll just have to watch this very entertaining film to find out!
The songs in the film include:
* "Think Pink" 5/5, Kay Thompson. A fast, snappy & whimsical song.
* "How Long Has This Been Going On?" 5/5, A blues song sung by Audrey Hepburn at the bookstore.
* "Funny Face" 5/5, Fred Astaire. A charming song.
* "Bonjour Paris" 5/5, Fred Astaire, Audrey Hepburn, Kay Thompson. A fun song filmed at various locations in Paris.
* "He Loves and She Loves" 4.5/5 Audrey Hepburn and Fred Astair. Filmed at Le Château de la Reine Blanche in Coye-la-Forêt with Audrey Hepburn modeling a wedding dress.
* "How To Be Lovely" 5/5, Kay Thompson and Audrey Hepburn. A fun & gutsy song.
* "Basal Metabolism" 4.5/5, A blues song that Audrey Hepburn dances to in a bistro.
* "Clap Yo' Hands" 5/5, A fun, melodramatic blues song sung by Fred Astaire and Kay Thompson to sneak into the bistro. (a.k.a. "Ring-a Them Bells")
* "Let's Kiss and Make Up" 4.5/5 Fred Astaire. A love song sung again at Le Château de la Reine Blanche.
* "'S Wonderful" 5/5, Audrey Hepburn and Fred Astaire. Another love song sung at Le Château de la Reine Blanche.
Some may think that "Funny Face" is nothing more than fluff, but it was produced to entertain with color, fashion, music, dance and comedy and it does so very well. The acting, singing and dancing from Audrey Hepburn, Fred Astaire and Kay Thompson is quite good and I rate "Funny Face" with 5 out of 5 stars. If you're primarily interested in Oscar-winning dramas, "Funny Face" may disappoint you; but if you enjoy light-hearted musicals and like to laugh, then you'll probably be very entertained with this fun film!
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HASH(0x9e54f090) étoiles sur 5 A WONDERFUL MUSICAL IN DIRE NEED OF RESTORATION. 20 mars 2005
Par Unlucky Frank - Publié sur
Format: DVD
My third favorite musical of all time following WEST SIDE STORY and SINGIN' IN THE RAIN. And why shouldn't it be, it's directed by SINGIN' IN THE RAIN's Stanley Donen. It's got Audrey Hepburn, the greatest movie star of all time. Unlike MY FAIR LADY, Audrey actually gets to sing in this one. It's got Fred Astaire, the greatest song and danceman ever to grace the silver screen. It contains one of the greatest solo dance routines Fred has ever done. A great romantic pairing with Fred and Audrey in a Parisian park that will bring tears to your eyes. Some weird 50's beatnik humor. The best photography of Paris I've ever seen. And a great score, mostly by George and Ira Gershwin. So, what's not to like?

THE TRANSFER IS GOD AWFUL!! Washed out color and a horribly grainy look that all but spoils this wonderful film.

IF EVER A CLASSIC FILM NEEDED RESTORATION, THIS IS IT!! Please, would someone get a hold of this masterpiece of romantic musical comedy and do it the justice it deserves. ANYTHING LESS WOULD BE A CRIME.

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HASH(0x9e54f4c8) étoiles sur 5 Great movie and the DVD Transfer is Crystal Clear! 16 mai 2001
Par Un client - Publié sur
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
I don't think I've ever seen a good print of this film till I bought the DVD, which is fabulous! I'm not a die-hard Audrey Hepburn fan, but she is very charming and looks fabulous in the fashions. I love the ability to skip the numbers I don't like with the DVD since I find this a very uneven film. When it is good it is nearly flawless (and that's most of the time--opening credits, Think Pink, Funny Face, Bonjour Paris, The Photo Shoots, S'Wonderful, the final fashion show) but when it is bad it is horrid (a 60 year old Fred Astaire trying to be a beatnik, Fred's unending "matador" dance number, the whole plot with the Professor, Clap Yo'Hands). I was disappointed in the additional features--the original trailer is ho hum and the Paramount "documentary" is really just an extended sales pitch with bad stock footage. Where's an interview with the great Stanley Donen? Still, overall well worth purchasing.
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HASH(0x9e54f4ec) étoiles sur 5 FUNNY FACE: They Don't Make 'Em Like This Anymore. 24 septembre 2004
Par Donato - Publié sur
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
For years I'd heard about this film. I'm a fan of Audrey Hepburn, not particularly of Astaire, but got a deal on the DVD so what the heck. I was surprised at how good this 1957 picture really is. Here are the ingredients: Hepburn, Astaire, songs by the Gershwins, Paris locations, high fashion, an Eliza Doolittle-like transformation, and (the real kicker) KAY THOMPSON. This woman is worth the price alone. A cross between Eve Arden and, maybe, Bea Arthur, Kay was a renaissance woman: vocal arranger, singer, pianist, actress, songwriter, and author of the "Eloise" books (an illustrated series of so-called children's books concerning a spoiled little girl who lives at the Plaza in New York.) Thompson died in 1998 in her 90's, and FUNNY FACE serves as a lasting tribute to one facet of her talent. Not bad, considering the star power she's up against in this wonderful Stanley Donen film. Trust me, this picture is like eating a rich dessert, in secret, while on a strict diet.
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HASH(0x9e54f60c) étoiles sur 5 It's all worth it just for one scene.... 6 juillet 2002
Par Annex - Publié sur
Format: DVD
Audrey Hepburn, one of the biggest style icons of all time, floats down a staircase in a beautiful floor length red dress, with a red scarf billowing behind her. In a breathless, excited voice she says the words, "Take the picture! Take the picture!"
This is the perfect movie to watch on a lazy Sunday afternoon. Audrey's beauty, sophistication and style. Fred Astaire dancing in such a way you are forced to wonder how a man could be capable of such moves. Top it all off with the romantic scenery of Paris.
A charming story of a newly discovered model (Hepburn), falling in love with her photographer (Astaire). Although she tries to fight her feelings, (and although you know the boy will undoubtedly get the girl in the end), it is still a pleasure to watch.
A beautifully restored classic. Check it out!
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