More than one generation of the audience was delighted with the classic 1961 drama “Breakfast at Tiffany” with Audrey Hepburn in the title role. And this tape inspired many people for something more. In a recent interview for Collider, Chloe Moretz admitted that it was after this film that she wanted to become an actress, and drew parallels between him and her new thriller “GRETA ”.

“I was seven or eight, maybe nine, and I remember seeing Breakfast at Tiffany for the first time. I remember how I laughed and cried at the same time. I remember this feeling and emotions, thanks to which I learned much more about myself. I wanted to learn how to evoke the same emotions in other people so that they could discover something new in themselves, ”Moretz said.

Audrey Hepburn in “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”

Not less revelation for her was the script of the film Neil Jordan “GRETA .” The actress noted that this thriller “turns the genre up in a way that makes it much more exciting.”

“When I first got acquainted with this project and found out that all the main roles are performed by women, it reminded me of the film“ Off ”. In the sense that this is the birth of the genre, ”the star described her impressions.

“GRETA ” tells the story of a young girl moving to Manhattan. She meets a mysterious woman, a widow who takes her under her care. However, the heroine soon notices that something is wrong with her new acquaintance, and their friendship turns into an obsession.