I was hoping she would shoot him in the dick, but they all got what they deserved in the end, so I guess it's all good.
Indeed, this is a beautiful film—in terms of production design. Dissecting its themes, however, brings one closer to the ugliness that underlies its aesthetics. I loved Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany's, but her performance here as Eliza isn't her best. Some parts of this I enjoy, but its length becomes a problem, especially when you get tired of the musical numbers along the way.