Breakfast At Tiffany's Essay

266 WordsFeb 24, 20122 Pages
The best movie I have ever seen is a classic, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, which is loosely based on Truman Capote’s novella. The movie follows the naïve, witty, but most specifically magical, Audrey Hepburn and her interesting and eventful life as Holly Golightly, a southerner raised on a farm turned New York socialite. From the very beginning of the movie, viewers can’t help but fall in love with Holly as the movie begins with the iconic scene of her literally having breakfast at Tiffany’s jewelry store, still in her glamorous outfit from the night before. Holly then goes on to meet the new neighbor in her apartment, a handsome but struggling unpublished writer, Paul. The movie goes on following Holly and Paul as they develop a close relationship. But what I most love about the movie is Holly’s unconventional and naïve ways, she has a sense of class and wit in how she goes about life. I first watched this movie when I was 8 years old and have loved it ever since, the movie’s unconventional and somewhat awkward moments make it the most memorable and make it completely stand out from the typical romantic movies today. Despite ending in a somewhat predictable outcome of Holly and Paul falling in love, the journey they take in order to profess their love for each other is the most exciting, due to Holly’s unpredictable ways. Breakfast at Tiffany’s is currently an awarded classic in American pop culture and I believe it will continue to impact its viewers in the

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