Audrey Hepburn and Fred Astaire partnered in dance and love in the 1957 movie musical, “Funny Face.” The movie starred Hepburn as a shy bookshop employee who fancies herself as an amateur philosopher. Astaire plays a famous fashion photographer who realizes that Hepburn has the perfect face for a model. He brings her to Paris for a big photo shoot and fashion show, and they eventually fall in love. Although Astaire was 30 years her senior, Hepburn demanded him for the role. “Eloise” writer, Kay Thompson also stars as the editor of Quality Magazine, a role greatly inspired by Diana Vreeland. As Hepburn, Astaire and Thompson wind their way through Paris, they belt out the song, “Bonjour Paris,” a love letter to the City of Lights. The effervescent song and dance numbers as well as the lovely Paris backdrops combine to make “Funny Face” a pretty postcard of a movie.