the journalist is terribly annoying...he interrupts her constantly..
but he asks some good questions...and she gives some great answers..
i love watching the way she handles him....she is assertive but so graceful..
i loved that about her...she had a way of being strong and passionate without being unnecessarily aggressive or angry..
and it shows in this interview..
she fascinates me..
I love her diction, such a crisp tone she has. Most of the actresses of that day spoke with such finesse, there was no "LIKE, WELL YOU KNOW", they were strict, clear, and understandable. Work Audrey.
I do think she's a very beautiful and uniqly-looking woman but how can anyone say she was a great actress and had this personality. I watched 4 of her most famous movies and watches some interviews just trying to understand this never-ending obsession with her and except from her face and figure, there is nothing spectacular about her acting or what she had to say...
^ I beg to differ. She had much more meaningful things to say (the speeches she made as UNICEF ambassador, for example... there's an entire book dedicated to her perspective, quotes, and way of life in general) than many of the people that ever came to Hollywood.
As for her acting, she has a unique presence and honest way of acting that feels much more real than several actors. When she played a character, she made it seem as if she really was that character in real life... even a controversial character like Holly Golightly, originally a prostitute, she made her own. I'd rather watch her than anyone else.
yep, that is true... actually Marilyn Monroe had to be Holly Golightly... I also read the Truman Capote's book and the real Holly was like Monroe looks. And Audrey acted this bitchy Holly to adorable!.. and I guess that's why the film has happy ending instead of the book ! But I am a big fan of Audrey's acting... but it's just a matter of taste