Bogie is probably miscast; there seems little real chemistry between him and young Audrey Hepburn - but that's a minor quibble. As usual, Billy Wilder has concocted a delightful script that bounces merrily along, this time with more romance than bite (but not without a few sly gags). The story is thus: Hepburn is the chauffeur's daughter who has been in love with the playboy son (William Holden) of the rich family all these years. However, the family plans to marry him off to the daughter of a sugar baron to allow a plastics deal go through. In steps Bogie, the older son, to sweep her off her feet, distract her from Holden, and get rid of her in the process. Ah, but things do not go to plan. A fine frothy affair but minor Wilder.