April 11, 2010

Pick out a ring, or even breakfast, at Tiffany’s.

Posted in DVDs at 11:44 am by stormystar5

Of course you can’t have breakfast at Tiffany’s. And in the 1961 classic starring Audrey Hepburn, she had her breakfast outside Tiffany’s, while admiring all the diamonds inside the store. Holly Golightly (Audrey Hepburn) is a eccentric New York City call girl who is determined to marry a Brazilian millionaire. Her dashing new neighbour played by George Peppard is an aspiring writer. She soon finds out that writing isn’t his main job, but catering to the whims and demands of his so-called friend who is a wealthy socialite. Their romance blossom, to the dismay of their “jobs”, and she sits on the balcony to sing “Moonriver” (one of the most iconic moments in movie history). Will they pursue love and give up their cushy lifestyle? Based on a novella by Truman Capote, this is a piece about loneliness in New York City.

C6. $9.90

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