Breakfast at Tiffany's
“In a bit of expected Hollywood censorship, Truman Capote’s homosexual writer from the novella gets turned into a staunchly heterosexual stud in the film version of Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Also rather odd, it makes explicit that George Peppard’s writer is a kept man and essentially a prostitute for an older woman, but skirts around Audrey Hepburn’s good-time girl’s hooker roots in the novella. Despite these problems, which also include the cringe-inducing xenophobic caricature that is Mickey Rooney in yellowface, Tiffany’s remains a charming and winsome bauble.
Hepburn stars as Holly Golightly, that self-made and delusional Manhattan hipster with the past that no one can piece together and the kind of issues that could keep most therapists in work for a lifetime. So st” read more