Friday, August 12, 2011

Breakfast at Tiffany's

For some odd reason, I've had these pangs to watch this movie (...for the x time) again, if not for style/interior inspiration (it does have the most iconic dress in Hollywood history), then just for some romantic (is that the right word?) inspiration. You know -- that feel good intrinsic...thing (gosh, I'm being incredibly articulate today) that comes from a story that takes two characters with real-world flaws and gives them unreal love. I just need my new loveseat (which I'm picking up this weekend!) to curl up on and a bottle of white. And time -- that's important, too.
How is it that every shot of this film is a friggin poster? It's ridiculous.

3 comments:

Heidi said...

One of my favorite movies of all time. :) I recently (-ish) read the novella! The movie seriously followed the book.. exactly. Even verbatim at times.

Esther said...

Dude that book was ridiculous. It was the first Capote book I read (I know, can you believe it?) and it was immaculate. Every word in the right place -- what a master! And did you read the attached short stories? Ridiculous. Now I want to go read :D.

BRITTANY VICTORIA said...

"two characters with real-world flaws and gives them unreal love" perfect.