- A large Breakfast at Tiffany's Poster.
- A small poster from Charade.
- A small poster from War and Peace.
- A small screen shot photograph.
- A hand bag with a screen shot photos on both sides.
- An Audrey card that TPF gave me last Christmas
- A bookmark with a Breakfast at Tiffany's picture.
- A big, door poster that I'm not supposed to know about because it's my Christmas present this year from TPF
She almost makes acting a dignified profession. You can't imagine Audrey Hepburn baring it all on screen because the role demanded it or even participating in a sex scene in any of her movies, can you? She is a dignified person who wouldn't stoop to that level, even if the role demands it. People can see that she is beautiful woman, even without her showing any skin at all, and that is a rare quality in a person.
I didn't particularly like Breakfast at Tiffany's actually (because I read the book a week before I watched the film and the end of the film is completely different from how the book ends), but I thought Audrey made a delightful Holly Golightly. I thought that Wait Until Dark was a brilliant, but it scared me. I can't take thrillers, its just too much suspense and I get frightened quite easily. My personal favourite is Funny Face, because you get to see Audry Hepburn dancing with Fred Astaire in Paris. What more can one want in life from a movie?
As a short footnote, I would like to apologise for the infrequent blog updates. I've been really busy with real life lately. Its driving me mad. Sigh!