Regina Lampert (a stunning Audrey Hepburn in the chicest Givemchy) in gorgeous Megève, has decided to divorce her husband, Charles, because of all his secrets and lies. Before she can, Charles is found dead - pushed off a train. When Regina returns to Paris, she's found her apartment empty, the closets bare, and a French detective, who tells her Charles supposedly left with $250,000 on his way to South America. A note left for her to come to the US Embassy where she meets Hamilton Bartholemew (Walter Matthau), who tells her Charles stole the money from the US government, and they want it back. Soon, 3 men show up, threatening her for the return of 'their' money. She's terrified, because she knows nothing of any of this, nor where the money is. Dashing Peter Joshua (Carey Grant) is there to help Regina, in director Stanley Donen's souflé of a film, hailed as the 'best Hitchcock film he never made'. One part glamour, one part Hepburn, Grant (as well as Matthau, Coburn, Kennedy, and many more), whipped stylishly together, in one of Mr Donen's best loved films, and after watching it, you'll agree.