My Fair Lady (1964)
My Fair Lady (1964) is a classic romantic comedy musical film directed by George Cukor and starring Audrey Hepburn and Rex Harrison. The film follows the story of Eliza Doolittle, a poor Cockney flower girl who is transformed into a sophisticated lady by Professor Henry Higgins.
The film is filled with many memorable and romantic moments. One of the most iconic scenes is when Eliza and Henry share their first kiss. After Eliza has been transformed into a lady, she and Henry share a romantic dance at the Embassy Ball. This is a pivotal moment in the film as it marks the beginning of their relationship.
Another romantic moment in the film is when Eliza and Henry share a passionate kiss in the rain. This scene is often considered to be one of the most romantic moments in film history.
The film also features a few more subtle sexual moments. During the song "I Could Have Danced All Night", Eliza and Henry share a flirtatious glance. This moment hints at the romantic feelings that are beginning to develop between them.
My Fair Lady (1964) is a classic romantic comedy musical film that is filled with many memorable and romantic moments. From the iconic first kiss to the passionate kiss in the rain, the film is sure to leave viewers with a feeling of romance and nostalgia.
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In one song, Eliza's lower class Father sings: "The gentle sex was made for man t'marry. To share his nest and see his food is cooked. The gentle sex was made for man t'marry But, with a little bit of luck, with a little bit of luck You can have it all and not get hooked" Which not only is insulting and might upset young girls, but also goes along to the fact that the character earlier mentions that he never married Eliza's mother and that marriage is "middle-class-morality".
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In one scene, a man jokes that he would sell his daughter for money. A few references to kissing (and some kissing shown as well) and one to "making love."
Professor Higgins is quite misogynistic throughout the entire film. Breaking into song several times all about "why can't a woman be more like a man". In the end, he "has a change of heart" only realising he can't live without her because he is "accustomed to her".