Breakfast At Tiffany's

Breakfast At Tiffany's

Blake Edwards

Genre: Romance
Released: 1961-10-05
Rated: Unrated
Length: 1h 54min
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Winner of two Oscars, the romantic comedy that sparkles like diamonds! The names Audrey Hepburn and Holly Golightly have become synonymous since this dazzling romantic comedy was translated to the screen from Truman Capote's best-selling novella. Holly is a deliciously eccentric New York City playgirl determined to marry a Brazilian Millionaire. George Peppard plays her next-door neighbor, a writer who is "sponsored" by a wealthy Patricia Neal. Guessing who's the right man for Holly is easy. Seeing just how that romance blossoms is one of the enduring delights of this gem-like treat set to Henry Mancini's Oscar-winning score and the Oscar-winning Mancini-Johnny Mercer song "Moon River."

  • Critical review.

    By juno.fack.san.diego
    I remember vaguely that I watched this movie in 1997 at a university library for free. At that time, this movie was 'huh?' There was almost nothing to gain, except watching one of Audrey's movies. In general, her movies are not great at all. Long time ago, I thought about marriage system, typically for women. Women are very dependent on marriage and men after entering marriage. This means that there's no proper reason for them to consider their own career. Without proper job bounded preference or aptitude, they tend to stuck in household living. How can I expect that their living style is healthy? Extreme example is: Waiting for husband's return for dinner, expecting husbands to do something nice to them, etc. Coming to divorce, they do not have much power to divorce without good enough money. Even after divorce, they do not have means to be independent mostly. Literally, stuck in domestic living style, without many other options. [traditional] Marriage system is rotten from the fundamental roots, domesticating/restricting female work power within a house and increasing dependancy to husbands. Although I do not have much relation with marriage [living as gay in East Asia] and I am not a feminist, marriage system is not healthy. In the movie, the main two actors are just covertly or overtly saying that, "Making love with, falling in love with, or getting married with rich people can make myself rich." That was a huge side-effect of traditional marriage. In the long run, who are going to pay the price? Both. Well, I have to say, I am not interested in heterosexual living style in many ways.

  • Amazing

    By Ned bed sed
    Audrey Hepburn once again gives an amazing film that is timeless!

  • Cat the Cat

    By SuperWhoLockBro
    This movie isn't just for girls. I, as a 16 year old male, loved this classic film. It is a perfect mix of romance and drama rolled into a well written script. Audrey Hepburn will always be a treasure to the world. She may be gone but sure will not be forgotten. Rest high, you spectacular gem. Thank you for the wonderful legacy you left behind.

  • love it everytime

    By Sstonefox
    It's one of those movies you just can't get enough of. This made me fall in love with her!! It's a MUST see!

  • Never Seen It

    By Kcee:)
    I have never seen Breakfast at Tiffany's but her middle name is Kathleen and that is my name

  • Rent at your own risk

    By Don't skip this
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  • Gossip Girl

    By Lcrav <3
    It's Blair waldorf's favorite movie so it has to be good! 😏👑

  • Fantastic

    By AstrophysicistAwesomest
    Simply charming and enchanting and everything good. The tip of the iceberg when it comes to films throughout the years, and Audrey? Simply adoring and beautiful as ever!

  • This movie has something special about it

    By MollyRose1991
    Okay, so maybe it's not the best storyline. And, no it's not based off the book I heard. But, it's a sweet charming story none the less. I love the dynamic of Holly, Paul and Cat, finding love and each other. The ending always makes me tear up. Because she throws cat out, and then she rescues him. And Paul, Holly, and cat it is assumed live happily together as a family. Reminds me how much I love the people close to me and my pets. It's charm reminds me of coal turning into a diamond.

  • Lovee it!!

    By Vicki590
    My alll time favorite movie!!!! I watch it over and over cant go wrong w this for a girls movie night!