Audrey Hepburn fans, rejoice! The classic romantic comedy, “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” is now available to stream on Amazon Prime. This beloved film starring Audrey Hepburn and George Peppard is a must-watch for any fan of classic movies. Let’s take a look at why this movie has become an iconic classic that still stands the test of time.
The story follows Holly Golightly (Hepburn), a free-spirited party girl in New York City who is trying to make it big as an actress. She meets Paul Varjak (Peppard), a struggling writer who moves into her apartment building and forms a unique bond with Holly. As their friendship grows, Paul finds himself falling in love with Holly, despite her issues with commitment and trust. Through their relationship, they both learn important lessons about life and love.
One of the things that makes this movie so memorable is its incredible music score by Henry Mancini. The iconic theme song “Moon River” was written specifically for Audrey Hepburn and won two Academy Awards for Best Original Song and Best Score. The soundtrack also includes songs such as “Somethin’ Stupid” performed by Nancy Sinatra and “I’m Gonna Live Till I Die” sung by Andy Williams. These classic tunes will transport you back in time to the 1960s when this movie was released.
Audrey Hepburn’s outfits in Breakfast at Tiffany’s are some of the most iconic in cinematic history. From her black Givenchy dress to her pearl necklace, these outfits have been replicated countless times throughout fashion history and remain timeless even today. Her style choices perfectly capture the spirit of the character she plays—a young woman searching for love while maintaining her independence in a fast-paced city like New York.
If you haven’t seen Breakfast at Tiffany’s yet, now is your chance! This classic film has something for everyone—romance, comedy, great music—and it will take you back to 1960s Manhattan like no other movie can do. So grab some popcorn and get ready to enjoy one of Hollywood’s most beloved films—now streaming on Amazon Prime!