Ah, finally getting around to our coochie-pie Audrey Hepburn.
Besides our inamorata, Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961) features George Peppard.
Blake Edwards directed the film based on Truman Capote’s eponymous novella.
Just finished watching this rather tedious movie.
Hard to understand what all the hullabaloo was about.
Sure, Audrey Hepburn was alright in this Hollywood romance (after all, her performance won her an Academy Award nomination) as was her leading man George Peppard.
But nothing about the movie stood out.
And the story utterly failed to hold our interest.
Audrey Hepburn played the role of Holly Golightly, a young woman who in the words of her various co-stars in the film is a real phony, a wild thing or someone who can’t take care of herself.’
George Peppard plays Paul Varjak, a writer living above Holly’s apartment.
The character of Yunioshi, Holly’s irate Japanese neighbor was plain stupid and made absolutely no sense. Kinda like Vadivelu in the Tamil films.
Overall, a waste of time.