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#arab cinema

When Audrey Hepburn was first cast as Holly Golightly in the movie Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961), Truman Capote, the author of the novel, was utterly disheartened. Capote said that it made him “want to throw up,” and that Marilyn Monroe had been his first choice. At a time when Hollywood idolized sex symbols such as Marilyn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor, Audrey Hepburn was seen as the complete odd one out. She merged traditionally masculine and feminine features by donning thick,…