Paris when it fizzles. A remake of the 1953 French picture HENRIETTE'S HOLIDAY (directed by Julien Duvivier), this movie pairs Holden and Hepburn for the first time since SABRINA, in 1954. Holden is a screenwriter under pressure from movie producer Coward to finish his latest script, "The
Girl Who Stole the Eiffel Tower." Coward gives him 48 hours to finish, unaware that the writer has yet to begin. Hoping to hurry the process along, Holden hires a secretary, Hepburn. She moves in with him, and during her short stay they fall madly in love, while confusing their own lives with
those of the script's characters. They imagine themselves in various scenes from the film...