A stellar cast, superb direction, and a screenplay even better than the stage play on which it was based, all add up to one of the best movies about show business--or about women living together--ever made. Hepburn is a wealthy debutante from an important family. She has come to New York
to seek a career on the stage and, rather than take a Park Avenue apartment far removed from the mainstream, she checks into a theatrical boarding house for young, aspiring actresses. The luck of the draw puts her in a room with Rogers (in one of her finest performances), a sarcastic tough cookie
who heckles everyone. The two of them are like flint and steel and are close to hair-p...