Grace of Monaco

Synopsis: The story of former Hollywood star Grace Kelly's crisis of marriage and identity, during a political dispute between Monaco's Prince Rainier III and France's Charles De Gaulle, and a looming French invasion of Monaco in the early 1960s.
Director(s): Olivier Dahan
Production: The Weinstein Company
  Nominated for 2 Primetime Emmys. Another 1 win & 2 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
103 min

Cut, great.

- That's a wrap, everyone!



Great job, fantastic!


That was amazing!

Nice. Beautiful job.

That was glorious. Thank you.

Grace Kelly, the Academy

A ward winning Movie Star,

born in Philadelphia, USA, is about to

rejoin Prince Rainier III of Monaco,

whose chance meeting with Grace in

Cannes led to a whirlwind courtship,

and a feat no Hollywood leading

man was ever able to accomplish,

winning Grace Kelly's

hand in marriage.

With their storybook romance

nearing its happy ending,

Miss Kelly boarded the liner Constitution

with the rest of the Kelly family,

including her father Jack,

who built a construction business

that made him a millionaire

and an embodiment of

the American dream.

Hollywood royalty joins

Monegasque royalty...

the century's biggest wedding

in the world's smallest state.

Best wishes and presents have

arrived from all over the world,

from kings and queens,

presidents and prime ministers,

movie magnates and millionaires.

Grace Kelly... now Her Serene

Highness, the Princess of Monaco...

has left behind everything she's ever

known for a new life in a new world,

destined to live happily ever

after with her charming prince.

From here you can see the

whole of Monaco, Mr Hitchcock.

Yes, I know.

You are to refer to

her as Your Highness.

Or if you speak French,

you can call her Votre Altesse.

Just Altesse is also acceptable,

but Highness is not. Nor is Princess.

Are you coming or not, Mr Hitchcock?

Remember to nod your head when you

first make her presence, but do not bow.

She's not the Queen of England.

Oh! You've grown so big!

This is for you. First prize of

the Monaco Young Poets' society.


Ma'am, you can't bend down.

Oh... Pardon.


This is the part where I say, "Cut!"



So who's the leading man?

I don't know. Cubby Broccoli just made

a spy movie with some Scottish fellow

he's raving about.

We go into production in spring.

And Universal will

pay you $1 million.

Well, it's not about

the money, Hitch.

It's going to be the role

of a lifetime, Gracie.

Do I look that unhappy?

You look tired.

Where's Rainier?

We rarely see each other.

He er... He works a lot.

We've prepared a room at the

palace for you. You'll stay?

- I have to get back to LA.

- Oh, please!

I'm sorry, I left Evan

alone with Cary Grant.

And goodness knows what

they've done to my Birds script.

How is Cary?

Cary's great.

But his wife still sticks pins

in your effigy every night.

You're still an artist, Gracie.

Don't forget it.


I'm fine.

Doesn't get better than this.




Hey, when I screw a woman,

I'm in it for the long haul, so to speak.

That's what I said to Maria.

Hey, be proud of your scandals.

What else are they gonna write

about when you're gone?


- That's not how it happened at all.


I was hoping we could talk privately.

President De Gaulle is

worried for French jobs.

We have to do something.

Our treasury is practically empty.

So you steal our taxes...

to pay for all of this?

This is all an image,

Monsieur Denard.

Your president knows that.

This is all we have left to sell.

Madam, did you know you are sitting

on the world's largest penis?

(CHUCKLES) My bar stools,

made from whale's scrotum.

- Ari! Please!


It's all right, Antoinette.

Mr Onassis was joking.

Ari, would you like me

to confiscate your boat?

I'd like to leave now.

You're his sister, you have to stay.

Are any of your

Hollywood friends here?

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Arash Amel

Arash Amel (Persian: آرش عامل‎) (born 1976) is a screenwriter and film producer. more…

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