We should all be lucky enough to have Fred Astaire play us in the movie of our lives. In Stanley Donen’s charming 1957 musical, Funny Face, Astaire plays Dick Avery, a Richard Avedon-esque fashion photographer. Avery discovers a Greenwich Village book nerd played by Audrey Hepburn and somehow transforms her into a celebrated model, despite her handicap of being the most beautiful person in the history of humankind. Funny Face isn’t perfect—the plot is hepcat-baiting hoo-ha, and the love scenes are shot with a gauziness that can’t mask the 30-year age difference between the leads—but you’d also have to be a complete asshole not to adore it. Astaire sings “’S Wonderful,” Hepburn models Givenchy and they both dance through the landmarks of Paris.