As a rabid Audry Hepburn fan, I was pleased to find a 3 volume set of Hepburns' best. The presentation is good, and the film quality is high.
Fans of "Breakfast at Tiffany's" "Roman Holiday", and "Sabrina" should seek this out. It is very interesting, that in "Breakfast", the character of Holly Golightly is a gold digger, yet she sparkles with star power. We wondered how Truman Capote arrived at the name Golightly, and recently I met a young man from Utah whose last name was the same. He commented that it is a famly joke that his grandfather met Capote once. "Holiday" and "Sabrina" are marvelous, with Peck and Bogart providing equal star power to a powerful Hepburn. After watching both Sabrina films, I am not sure which is better. Certainly, Harrison Ford is our generations' Humphrey Bogart.
Great set, great value.