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September Movie Selection: Roman Holiday (1953)

Our September Smart Bitches Movie Matinee is the black-and-white classic with Audrey Hepburn, Roman Holiday! I love this movie, even though there has been some debate whether it’s a “proper” romance. I do know there’s a bunch of fanfic adding another chapter to the story. Many people have probably seen this one, but if you haven’t, or you need a refresher, here’s the plot synopsis: Ove
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