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Sydney Pollack's 1995 remake of the classic romantic comedy Sabrina may have proven a commercial and critical failure, but John Williams' charming score boasts an intimacy and refinement that beautifully complement the film's nouveau riche ambience. Drawing upon Williams' formative experiences as a jazz pianist, Sabrina eschews the widescreen theatrics of his most famous scores in favor of tuxedo-tailed sophistication. The music is feather-light and profoundly romantic, painstakingly evoking the sound and spirit of golden-age Hollywood. Only Sting's banal performance of Williams' 'Moonlight' breaks the music's spell.

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Sabrina: Directed by Sydney Pollack. With Harrison Ford, Julia Ormond, Greg Kinnear, Nancy Marchand. An ugly duckling having undergone a remarkable change, still harbors feelings for her crush: a carefree playboy, but not before his business-focused brother has something to say about it. Harrison Ford was born on July 13, 1942 in Chicago, Illinois. His father had Irish and German ancestry, and his maternal grandparents were Jewish immigrants from the Russian Empire. He was a lackluster student at Maine Township High School East in Park Ridge Illinois (no. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Sabrina Original Soundtrack - Original Soundtrack on AllMusic - 1995 - Sydney Pollack's 1995 remake of the classic&hellip.

Directed bySydney Pollack
Screenplay by
Based onSabrina
by Billy Wilder
Sabrina Fair
by Samuel Taylor
Produced by
CinematographyGiuseppe Rotunno
Edited byFredric Steinkamp
Music byJohn Williams
Distributed byParamount Pictures
Release date
Running time
127 minutes
CountryUnited States
Budget$50–58 million[2][3]
Box office$87.1 million[3]

Sabrina is a 1995 American romanticcomedy-drama film directed by Sydney Pollack from a screenplay by Barbara Benedek and David Rayfiel. It is a remake of the 1954 Billy Wilder film of the same name, which in turn was based upon the 1953 play Sabrina Fair.

The film stars Harrison Ford as Linus Larrabee, Julia Ormond as Sabrina and Greg Kinnear (in his first starring film role) as David Larrabee. It also features Angie Dickinson, Richard Crenna, Nancy Marchand, Lauren Holly, John Wood, Dana Ivey, and French actress Fanny Ardant.

Sabrina was released on December 15, 1995, by Paramount Pictures. The film was a box office disappointment, but earned mostly positive reviews from critics.


Sabrina Fairchild is the young daughter of the Larrabee family's chauffeur, Thomas, and has been in love with David Larrabee all her life. David is a playboy, constantly falling in love, yet he has never noticed Sabrina, much to her dismay.

Sabrina travels to Paris for a fashion internship at Vogue and returns as an attractive, sophisticated woman. David, after initially not recognizing her, is quickly drawn to her despite being newly engaged to Elizabeth Tyson, a doctor and billionaire.

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David's workaholic older brother Linus fears that David's imminent wedding to the very suitable Elizabeth might be endangered. If the wedding were to be canceled, so would a lucrative merger with the bride's family business, Tyson Electronics, run by her father Patrick. This could cost the Larrabee Corporation, run by Linus and his mother Maude, in the neighborhood of a billion dollars.

Linus tries to redirect Sabrina's affections to himself and it works. Sabrina falls in love with him, even though she quotes others as calling Linus 'the world's only living heart donor' and someone who 'thinks that morals are paintings on walls and scruples are money in Russia.'


In the process, Linus also falls in love with her. Unwilling to admit his feelings, Linus confesses his scheme to Sabrina at the last minute and sends her back to Paris. Before she gets on the plane to Paris, her father informs her that over the years of chauffeuring the father of David and Linus, he listened. When Mr. Larrabee sold, he sold and when Mr. Larrabee bought, he bought. Sabrina jokingly says 'So you are telling me that you have a million dollars?' Her father says no, he has a little over two million and that her mother would want her to have it.

Meanwhile, Linus realizes his true feelings for Sabrina, and is induced to follow her to Paris by chiding from his mother and an unexpectedly adult and responsible David, who steps into his shoes at the Larrabee Corporation with detailed plans for the merger with Tyson. Linus arrives in Paris and reunites with Sabrina, revealing his love to her and kissing her.

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  • Harrison Ford as Linus Larrabee
  • Julia Ormond as Sabrina Fairchild
  • Greg Kinnear as David Larrabee
  • Angie Dickinson as Ingrid Tyson
  • Richard Crenna as Patrick Tyson
  • Nancy Marchand as Maude Larrabee
  • Lauren Holly as Elizabeth Tyson
  • John Wood as Thomas Fairchild
  • Dana Ivey as Mack
  • Fanny Ardant as Irene
  • Valérie Lemercier as Martine
  • Paul Giamatti as Scott
  • Elizabeth Franz as Joanna
  • Míriam Colón as Rosa
  • Patrick Bruel as Louis
  • Becky Ann Baker as Linda
  • Margo Martindale as Nurse


The music was composed by John Williams and includes a song performed by Sting; both were nominated for Academy Awards.

In contrast to the 1954 film the modern version was filmed in more authentic locations. While the original used Hollywood sound stages for all its Paris scenes with the actors, except for a few stock shots, this remake made extensive in situ use of outdoor locations in Paris and the final scene in the film is of the reunited lovers on the iconic Pont des Arts. Likewise, the earlier movie used a Beverly Hills mansion to substitute for the Long Island estate but in the 1995 movie the location used to portray the Larrabee family's mansion was the 'Salutation' estate, which is on Long Island in Glen Cove, New York.[4] This home was built around 1929 for Junius Spencer Morgan III, who was a director of the Morgan Guaranty Trust Company.[5] His father was J. P. Morgan Jr., who was a banker and the son of J. P. Morgan, the renowned financier. The property is no longer owned by the Morgan family, but it is still in private hands and used as a residence.[6] The movie made extensive use of this mansion's interiors during the filming.[4][7] Winona Ryder was offered the lead but turned down the offer. Gwenyth Paltrow, who had just landed the lead role in Seven also auditioned for the lead also.Another significant difference between the two versions is the common misconception that Audrey Hepburn, portraying Sabrina in the earlier movie, uttered the famous line Paris is always a good idea however it is only in the remake spoken by Julia Ormond/Sabrina [8]


Box office[edit]

The film was a box office disappointment, with a result of US$53 million domestically, and total of $87 million worldwide.[3]

Critical reception[edit]

The film suffered from inevitable comparisons to the original version with its trio of stars, Audrey Hepburn, Humphrey Bogart and William Holden.[9] On Rotten Tomatoes the film has an approval rating of 65% based on reviews from 48 critics. The site's critics consensus states: 'Sydney Pollack's Sabrina doesn't do anything the original didn't do better, but assured direction and a cast of seasoned stars make this a pleasant enough diversion.'[10] On Metacritic the film has a score of 56% based on reviews from 27 critics, indicating 'mixed or average reviews'.[11][12][13][14] Audiences surveyed by CinemaScore gave the film a grade 'A−' on scale of A+ to F.[15]


Accolades for Sabrina
1996Academy AwardsBest Original Musical or Comedy ScoreJohn WilliamsNominated
Best Original Song'Moonlight'Nominated
Golden Globe AwardsBest Motion Picture – Musical or ComedySabrinaNominated
Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or ComedyHarrison FordNominated
Best Original Song'Moonlight'Nominated
1997Grammy AwardsBest Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or for TelevisionNominated


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  7. ^'IMDb: Most Popular Titles With Location Matching 'Salutation House, West Island, Glen Cove, Long Island, New York, USA''.
  8. ^'Barrie Kerper'. July 9, 2014.
  9. ^Brennan, Judy (December 18, 1995). 'It's All Fun and Games (and a Tie) at Box Office : Movies: 'Jumanji' and 'Toy Story' each pull in an estimated $11 million in ticket sales. 'Heat' produces some warmth with $8 million'. Los Angeles Times. Retrieved June 25, 2012.
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  12. ^Schickel, Richard (December 18, 1995). 'Kissing Cousins'. Time. Archived from the original on June 23, 2013. Retrieved July 5, 2020.
  13. ^Maslin, Janet (December 15, 1995). 'Movie Review – Sabrina – FILM REVIEW;An Ugly Duckling and Her Men 41 Years Later'. The New York Times. Retrieved July 5, 2020.
  14. ^McCarthy, Todd (December 10, 1995). 'Variety Reviews – Sabrina'. Variety. Retrieved July 5, 2012.
  15. ^'Cinemascore'. Archived from the original on December 20, 2018. Retrieved February 11, 2021.

External links[edit]

  • Sabrina at IMDb
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  • Sabrina at Box Office Mojo
  • Sabrina at the TCM Movie Database
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