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Rebecca Bateman almost 7 years ago
A favorite (although not Harrison Ford's best).
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Jake Boone over 5 years ago
Sabrina is a 1995 romantic comedy-drama film adapted by Barbara Benedek and David Rayfiel, based on the 1954 screenplay of the same name, which in turn was based upon a play titled Sabrina Fair. It was directed by Sydney Pollack, and stars Harrison Ford as Linus Larrabee, Julia Ormond as Sabrina and Greg Kinnear (in his first starring film role) as David Larrabee. It also features Angie Dickinson, Richard Crenna, Nancy Marchand, Lauren Holly, John Wood, Dana Ivey and French actress Fanny Ardant. Sabrina Fairchild (Julia Ormond) is the young daughter of the Larrabee family's chauffeur, Thomas (John Wood), and has been in love with David Larrabee (Greg Kinnear) all her life. David is a playboy, constantly falling in love, yet he has never noticed Sabrina, much to her dismay. Sabrina travels to Paris for a fashion internship at Vogue (rather than a culinary course as in the original film) and returns as an attractive, sophisticated woman. David, after initially not recognizing her, is...
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