If you only see one film by the recently deceased director
Blake Edwards, maybe it should be his 1961 adaptation of Truman Capote's Breakfast at Tiffany's (okay, you might want to
include the best in the Pink Panther
series, A Shot in the Dark, as well).
Audrey Hepburn shines in her signature
role as Holly Golightly, the whimsical, elegant waif who fascinates a new
tenant (George Peppard) who moves into her Manhattan apartment building. Bowdlerized
from the original, but with its own ageless charm, it screens at the Brattle
Theatre, 40 Brattle St,
Cambridge | January 11-13 @ 4:30
+ 7 + 9:30 pm | $6.75-$9.75 | 617.876.6837 or brattlefilm.org.