And so, let’s consider the release of the Centennial Collection “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” DVD not so much an at-home movie experience as a primer on living the good life all wrapped up in a tiny, one-hour-fifty-five-minute cellophane coated box. Date night will have to wait, because this languid and lovingly acted lesson is aimed at the ladyfolk. You could share your copy of Audrey Hepburn as Holly with your girlfriends, surely, and your daughters should certainly sit in.
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