Breakfast at Tiffany's
In this classic film, director Blake Edwards offers a glimpse of New York City lifein the early 1960s with a romantic twist.
Audrey Hepburn stars as HollyGolightly, a free-spirited party girl and aspiring socialite looking for a richman to marry. That plan is complicated when she starts falling in love with theyoung novelist Paul Varjak, played by George Peppard, who moves into herapartment
building. Both their lives become more complicated as a resultof their relationship, which develops in spite of their already complexindividual lives.
Audrey Hepburn, nominated for Best Actress for herperformance, is a delight as Holly Golightly, who at first uses her lifestyle asa way to run from her true self. Holly, initially wacky, turns poignant as thetalented Hepburn skillfully broadens her character, especially late in the moviewhen we discover her real background.
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