Synonymous with elegance, in the 1950s and '60s, Audrey Hepburn was the queen of romantic comedy. Winning both the Tony and the Oscar in her first year on the Hollywood scene, Audrey commanded the screen opposite the likes of nearly every leading man of her day, from Gregory Peck to Cary Grant and even Fred Astaire. Her own life, however, was far less charmed than that of the lucky-in-love heroines she so poignantly portrayed. AUDREY follows a reluctant icon from her days as a ballerina-turned-spy in Nazi-occupied Holland, to her heartbreaking attempts, with multiple men, to create the family of which the war robbed her, through her accidental revolution of style, sexuality, and singledom for a generation of women in a certain little black dress. AUDREY re-examines the life of a legend through song, dance, and the technicolor lens of her most iconic screen performances.