Let's Watch Audrey Hepburn's Movies (1)
Audrey Kathleen Ruston, better known as Audrey Hepburn, continues to shine in the cinematic firmament despite her early death at age 63.
Owner of an angelic beauty, more ethereal than sexy, she knew how to transmit on the big screen that aura of a romantic and fragile heroine that revealed her emotional deficiencies in real life because she suffered a lot with the failure of her two marriages, first with the actor Mel Ferrer, with whom she had her son Sean and later with the Italian doctor Andrea Dotti, a union that resulted in Luca.
Let's start these movie series with Breakfast at Tiffany's that is a Protected content romantic comedy film directed by Blake Edwards, written by George Axelrod and freely adapted from the novel of the same title written by Truman Capote.
I will share some curiosities that you may not know about Audrey Hepburn after the movie but little by little. And a bonus in New York!
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