If you want to tell the full and tumultuous life of Audrey Hepburn where can you start? Helena Coan, director of the upcoming docu-film “Audrey”, decided to start with the Oscar-winning actress’s love for ballet. For the project, Coan collaborated with Wayne McGregor of the Royal Ballet Academy to choreograph the “dancing portraits” of the legendary protagonist of “Breakfast at Tiffany’s,” intertwining them with never-seen-before archival footage of Hepburn’s rise to success. In the documentary, Francesca Hayward will play the role of a young Audrey at the height of her fame, while the prima ballerina Alessandra Ferri faces the actress’s last years as UNICEF ambassador. The composer Alex Somers wrote the Original Soundtrack, which pays homage to Hollywood’s golden age films that made Hepburn a star. “The dance enhances Audrey’s emotional landscape and brings a heightened sense of drama and theater to the film, as well as a rich visual language that has not yet been used in a documentary before,” said Helena Coan while explaining her creative choices during the presentation of the trailer.