Thanks to the strong recommendations from my friends ,I have recently enjoyed the film ‘Roman Holiday’.This film has impressed me a lot,which is acheerfully charming romantic comedy, something of a fairy tale. Its memorable qualities lie primarily in its two leading stars, who are both perfect in their roles. As a remarkable work in the film history, this film is really worth watching. The film ‘Roman Holiday’ can be summarized in such a delightful story: Princess Anne, who was performed by Audrey Hepburn, was getting bored with her restricted schedule when she was on a publicizedtour to Rome. One night, she sneaked out of her luxurious residence and fell asleep on a public bench in central Rome. However, she was found by Joe Bradley, an American newspaper reporter, who was performed by Gregory Peck. Joe took her home without knowing who she truly was. Anyway, he was subject to make a big fortune by secretly interview the princess when the truth turned out. But instead of that, after showing Ann around the city and having a good time with her, he forced himself to say farewell to her, for he knew the romance between them oughtn’t to be happened because of their great difference in standing, even though they had fallen in love with each other. In the end the truth comes out and the princess realizes that her duty to her country and family come first and she reluctantly returns to her official role. The two meet briefly at the end during her press conference. She addresses Bradley as Mr. Bradley just like the others. Tears can be seen easily lurking in the princess's eye during her seeing Bradley, but there's a sense that both her brief taste of unscheduled freedom and her experience of first love have given her maturity and self assurance.As he is leaving, Bradley, quietly slips her the photos that his friend Irving had taken and lets her know that his story and pictures of their time together will never be published . The end of the romantic film is really disappointing to most of the audience, though it ought to be imagined at first. However, Audrey Hepburn had successfully performed Ann as a naughty, naive and sweet angel, who ordered a glass of expensive champagne without thinking, who curiously had her first cigarette, who fell in love with a poor but kind man, and who finally firmly returned to the place she hated, only because of her responsibility. Roman Holiday is a fun romantic comedy, but stays realistic with its commentary on society and royalty.