Audrey: More Than An Icon is Release to Netflix in March 2021

Audrey: More Than An Icon is Release to Netflix in March 2021

With new series and movies coming to Netflix in March 2021, and a new documentary about Audrey Hepburn is also coming soon! Audrey: More Than An Icon is a 2020 documentary about the famous actress and fashion icon Audrey Hepburn. It was first released on December 15, 2020, and is now coming to Netflix US in March 2021!

Helena Coan is the film producer of the project Audrey: More Than An Icon. ‘Chasing Perfect’ and ‘Keepsake’ are some of the works Helena Coan is known for in the industry. The production company which recently produced ‘Lioness’ for Amazon Prime Video is the production company of Audrey: More Than an Icon.

What’s the synopsis of the “Audrey: More Than An Icon” documentary?

Here is the original synopsis of the documentary: 

“An intimate look at Audrey Hepburn’s life, with access to exclusive never-before-seen footage from her family’s personal collection, providing an unprecedented and insightful view on Audrey, her life and her dreams, aspirations and her everlasting legacy.”

People like Sean Hepburn Ferrer who is the son of Audrey Hepburn, the former Givenchy art director Clare Waight Keller and also the Tiffany artistic director John Loring are names who are interviewed in the documentary. Besides the archival footage and interviews, the role of Audrey Hepburn is played by Francesca Hayward. You can watch the Audrey (2020) trailer below!


When will Audrey: More Than An Icon Release?

The documentary will only release on Netflix US in March 2021. Other regions might have to wait for some time to see it on the streaming platform. Audrey: More Than An Icon will be released on Netflix US on March 14th, 2021.

This not-so-new documentary doesn’t have many reviews but has a 7.3 rank on IMDb. The Hollywood Reporter‘s reporter has made a comment on the documentary and review about that:

“Even if you watch it alone on a laptop with a bottle of cheap beer and a dried-up turkey sandwich, Audrey is a pleasure. That’s mostly due to the still-incandescent star power of its subject.”

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