Blake Edwards. USA. 1961. Original language, Spanish subtitles. 115'.
George Axelrod freely adapted Truman Capote's novella that Blake Edwards worked with to make one of his best films. Paul Varjak (George Peppard) is a writer who is kept by a rich woman (Patricia Neal) and falls in love with his neighbour, Holly Golightly (Audrey Hepburn). She's a carefree and sophisticated party girl who lives with a cat and wants to marry a millionaire, but in the meantime she gets involved with the wrong crowd and throws a lot of parties. At 8.45pm there will be live music with Barcelona Gipsy Klezmer, and just before the film there's a screening of a short film called 'Rear Window', by Jeff Desom (10pm).
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