This Blake Edward's production was released in 1961 impressing the public with its stunning star, Adrey Hepburn.
This film is based in Truman Capote's best-seller, which tells the story of a carefree, non-chalant and happy-go-lucky New York girl called Holly Golightly (Adrey Hepburn), who is desperately seeking for the best millionaire in town . However she realises life is something more than money, and finds light in a hard-working writer, played by George Peppard.
It's shown human need to find its way out of misery, as Holly tries to build a new life in New York, far away from her background in Texas. In the other hand, we realise the fight between materialism and deeper moral values, all of it combined in a happy-end Hollywood production with the wonderful Henry Mancini's soundtrack, "Moon River", winner of the Oscar.
Although the best seller describes much more objectibly how Holly works as a prostitute, the film shows quite frankly the moral values we have mentioned before.
In my opinion the actors worked gorgeously and the views of New York City are pretty impressive.