The Audrey Hepburn Story

Continuity mistake: Audrey tells Gregory Peck that on the night the allied forces liberated Amsterdam, she watched a movie the troops screened on the street. But in the flashback to that same event, she falls gravely ill with an infection and isn't able to make it to the film.

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Continuity mistake: In the hospital scene, Audrey's mother is sitting down with the bed table to her left. We see her start to rise, but when the shot cuts, she's suddenly standing at the bedside on the other side of the table, with no time transition included for her to get there naturally.

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Continuity mistake: When Audrey is hiding from the Germans in the shed, outside it is night-time. However, when it cuts to another shot to inside, you can see daylight through the gaps.

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Continuity mistake: In one of the ballet classes young Audrey attends at the boarding school in England, the girls are practicing at the barre. The dance teacher asks the girls to do their plie in the first position. However, when they cut to a close up of one of the girl's feet, she is standing in the fifth position. When you cut back to a long shot of the girls, they are all in first position.

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In the hospital scene, Audrey's mother is sitting down with the bed table to her left. We see her start to rise, but when the shot cuts, she's suddenly standing at the bedside on the other side of the table, with no time transition included for her to get there naturally.

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Audrey Hepburn was fluent in English, French, Dutch, Flemish, Spanish and Italian. She served with the Dutch Resistance in WWII - at the tender age of 15.

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