This beautiful movie with Audrey Hepburn and George Peppart is a nice romantic fairy tale. Spending Sunday night watching the old Hollywood classics was very therapeutic. Holy, a sensual, delicate, yet impulsive creature made Paul, the poor writer, fall in love with her. She played him few times, not intentionally of course. She was confused herself, jumping from one rich man to the next, trying to build a decent life for herself. I enjoyed the glamour and elegance of New York socialites in the 60th, with Audrey Hepburn’s iconic little black dress, box shaped jacket with pants and simple orange coat with large buttons.
I am not convinced that a passionate kiss in the rain, with Holy covering her abandoned and then immediately saved soaking-wet cat with her trench, will transpire into ever-lasting love; but it, certainly, adds a lot of drama to the final scene.