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Breakfast At Tiffany's (Centennial Collection)
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Winner of two Oscars®, here's the romantic comedy that sparkles like diamonds! From the opening strains of Henry Mancini and Johnny Mercer's haunting, Oscar®-winning song "Moon River," you'll once again be under the alluring spell of that madcap, carefree New York playgirl known as Holly Golightly (Audrey Hepburn) in this 24-carat romantic comedy based on Truman Capote's best-selling novella. George Peppard is the struggling and "sponsored" young writer who finds himself swept into Holly's dizzying, delightfully unstructured lifestyle as she determinedly scours Manhattan for a suitable millionaire to marry. The sparkling special features on this Anniversary Edition DVD only add to the luster of director Blake Edwards' timeless film classic. Patricia Neal, Buddy Ebsen, Martin Balsam and Mickey Rooney co-star; Mancini won an additional Academy Award® for his enthralling musical score.
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Many go to New York to seek their fortune - "if you can make it here, you can make it anywhere". The film is dated in that Holly wants to make her fortune not on Wall Street, or in real estate, fashion, or on the stage - but by marrying a rich husband.
But the story of moving to the big city and trying to find fortune and happiness is a timeless one. Truman Capote suffuses Holly with his own troubled existence as master party host - but finding little joy the in the party music, pointless conversations, and endless gossip.
Will love triumph and lead to a happy-ever-after ending? Or will the film end in new world, new age angst?
Despite its dark passages, Breakfast at Tiffany's remains a film that everyone who loves the cinema should see.
What do you think the Martin Balsam character meant by Holly Golightly "is a phoney but a real phoney"? She is shallow, only caring about her brother Fred, not someone who rescued them (Doc). Were you so distracted by the eye candy to overlook the facts that she's a prostitute whose goal is to marry a rich man and he's a gigolo? Her clients use her, she even uses her Japanese neighbor as a door man. She is afraid to commit to an meaningful relationship, even to a cat. The George Peppard character's patron demeans him. Eventually, Holly insults him. He got himself out of it with a 'real' job and tells his patron 'it feels good to help someone' meaning Holly who is worse off than he. So this movie is a moral tale.
I was only 10 years old when this film came out, so I had never seen it, although I know all of the iconic photos from the movie.
I thought the story was pretty "racy," especially for the time.
Hepburn has a dreadful voice and would be considered anorexic today.
Very good story nevertheless and no sex or obscene language.
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