The story of Pretty Woman centers on the down-on-her-luck Hollywood prostitute Vivian Ward who is hired by a wealthy businessman, Edward Lewis, to be his escort for several business and social functions, and their developing relationship over the course of Vivian's week-long stay with him.
Our image depicts the iconic scene in Pretty Woman where Richard Gere snaps a jewellery box on Julia Roberts’ fingers – evoking one of the most spontaneously awkward but endearing laughs ever filmed. It was originally staged as a practical joke intended for the film’s gag reel and it wasn’t until the last moment of editing that they decided to use the scene. Many critics agree that this was the very moment the world fell in love with Roberts.
According to movie trivia sites, the ruby-and-diamond necklace that Roberts wears in the scene and Gere tells her is worth a quarter million dollars, was genuine and actually did cost that much. While filming, an armed security guard hired by the jewellery store that provided the necklace for the film was constantly standing behind the director.
ABOUT THIS PRODUCT
This stunningly realistic art reproduction is taken from a Michael Kozlov original oil painting.
As with most of our images, 'Pretty Woman' can be purchased as a high quality digital print - either mounted or unmounted - on 250gsm art paper, or supplied as an unstretched or stretched and ready to hang canvas print in various sizes.
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