Thursday, February 15, 2007

Revisit: Breakfast at Tiffany's

A Paramount Pictures release 1961

Directed by
Blake Edwards

Writing credits
Truman Capote (novel)
George Axelrod (screenplay)

A young New York socialite (Audrey Hepburn) becomes interested in a young man (George Peppard) who has moved into her apartment building.

Sure, Mickey Rooney's character is strange and racist, but that ^ is the greatest scene in the history of romantic films. I think it speaks for itself. See this with someone you love, if you haven't already.

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