I used to watch this all the time when I was younger because I loved Audrey Hepburn, but I never really "got it." Oh, but this time did I really get it. I also read the book years ago, but for some reason I barely remember it. Interesting how Audrey was so wrong for the part, but made it so iconic. Truman Capote preferred Marilyn Monroe and later Jodie Foster for the part. I remember picturing someone like Jean Seberg when I read the book. I like to play "casting director" when I read certain books.