Breakfast at Tiffany's

“Breakfast at Tiffany's is a prime example of a film that can split the audience from the critics. While it seems to spell magic for many, it is a movie that leaves itself open for vilification. Our two romantic have questionable morals. Mickey Rooney is made-up as a Japanese caricature that sledgehammers through political correctness. And there's the usual complaints about the film not being as good as the book.
“But such standard reviews will not do for a film that evokes such warm reactions. Audrey Hepburn and George Peppard display so many character flaws, that most people watching can start to feel quite good about themselves. Hepburn bridges a gap between female and male viewers, offering so much to like and plenty to sympathise with. And George Peppard perfectly captures some of the frustration when perfect love is within your grasp but yet so unobtainable.
“Woven into this heady romance is chic Hollywood comedy at it's finest, combined with evocative cinematography and the superb music score from Henry Mancini.” - BBC

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