#3 Life Is Beautiful (1997)
This heart-contacting Italian romantic tale between a dad and his child set during World War II will have you straightforwardly crying. Roberto Benigni includes right now his considerable execution makes it an unquestionable requirement to watch.
#2 Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961)
Those pearls, the Givenchy LBD and the notorious look. This exemplary merits looking for Holly Golightly’s (Audrey Hepburn) fortunate style alone. The film depends on Truman Capote’s acclaimed novella and has a lot of satire, sentiment and swanky Upper East Side loacations.