1963 • 113 minutes
70 reviews
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The first shot of Charade shows a pistol swinging ominously into a close-up and Audrey Hepburn gets a squirt of water right in the eye. And so it goes: Charade is an elegant thriller that manages to spoof its genre while at the same time being uncommonly suspenseful. Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn are the ideal leads for keeping their cool under preposterous twists in a deadly chase through Parisian environs; the supporting heavies include James Coburn, George Kennedy and Walter Matthau; there are five corpses; the red-herrings are incalculable; the gowns are by Givenchy; the percussive score is by Henry Mancini; and the point of the whole thing is style and wit for their own sake, and what better sake is there? Charade, in its own way, is one of the most radical and experimental films of the '60s.
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Ines Pereira
March 31, 2014
This movie has everything: great leading characters, a good spy story, and amazing dialogues. One of my favourite movies.
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Thea *
August 13, 2016
Elegant, charming with great sense of humor like true gentelman... very movie. And this chic dresses, hats and gloves of Audrey Hepburn
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David Pilgrim
May 17, 2021
The wit, plot and tension of it's time, done at it's best.
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