All you have to do to enter is leave a comment and let me know what your favourite Audrey movie is.
Is it Breakfast at Tiffany's, in which Audrey was able to imbue Capote's classic and complex call-girl character with a worldly vulnerability while she rocked a ukulele?
Is it her first big Hollywood picture Roman Holiday, which introduced her beautiful face to the world and won her an Oscar?
Is it Charade, where she got to play sleuth alongside Cary Grant, and act out a love affair with an age difference that was this time very convincing (that's more than I can say for Sabrina or Funny Face).
And speaking of Sabrina, how stunning did she look in that film? As both ingenue and elegant young woman, she was utterly mesmerising. I'd happily watch it again right now.
Fashion lovers might choose Funny Face, where Audrey played a beatnik turned reluctant glamazon with ease.
While drama lovers might choose The Nun's Story, where Audrey got to demonstrate her serious acting chops (and star opposite sexy Aussie Peter Finch).
And if I have to put my own nomination in (ask me again tomorrow?), I'm going to say My Fair Lady. I watched it again recently and thought that, quite apart from all the hoopla about Julie Andrews missing out on the part and Audrey's signing voice not being up to scratch (and Emma Thompson recently calling her performance 'twee'), Audrey really did become Eliza Doolittle to me. I couldn't quite imagine anyone else in the role.
If you are a follower, you'll get a second bite of the cherry, so don't forget to remind me. I'll select a runner-up too, who'll get a surprise gift (although don't be too surprised if it is some other book too. I work in publishing after all).