Crazy About Tiffany's

Crazy About Tiffany's

By Matthew Miele

  • Genre: Documentary
  • Release Date: 2016-02-19
  • Advisory Rating: NR
  • Runtime: 1h 26min
  • Director: Matthew Miele
  • Production Country: United States of America
  • iTunes Price: USD 9.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: USD 3.99
From 13 Ratings


Tiffany & Co. has captured the aspirational dreams of the world with its legendary jewels, signature blue box, and timeless sophistication. From past to present, unveiling the behind-the-scenes characters and the clients beholden to its charm, CRAZY ABOUT TIFFANY is the first, fully authorized documentary capturing how a simple jewelry store has woven itself into pop culture to become a global phenomenon. This captivating glimpse will take us from the moment each jewel is conceived by the first female Tiffany Design Director, Francesca Amfitheaterof, to the Tiffany-designed trophy hoisted at the Super Bowl, and to the jewel-adorned Oscar red carpet in Hollywood. Whether the film is focusing on the origins of the Tiffany family, following the priceless Tiffany Diamond to China, or documenting how master craftsmen hand make a classic Jean Schlumberger design, CRAZY ABOUT TIFFANY captures both the artistry and fearlessness that has enchanted the world for over 150 years.




  • It has pros and cons

    By Disneyfan01
    I loved the small bits of history, personal stories, and the beginning with the violin music. But I agree, we could do without the profanity and obnoxious explicit music. I didn’t mind the celebrity interviews, but I thought the interviews of the people who worked there was more interesting. Let’s just have a do over-more history, more of the archives of the old historical stuff. And perhaps the team of today who make the new designs too. I think Tiffany deserves this view!
  • Truly Bad.

    By Lemint
    If you think you're getting a documentary about Tiffany's when you buy or rent this, think again. Here and there, you might get a little bit of history, but otherwise what you're getting is a muddled, disorganized mess of music, fast cuts to jewels, and celebrity testimonials about how great Tiffay's is. In the midst of it, the director subjects us to several minutes of people acting astonished at how Audrey Hepburn's character in Breafast at Tiffany's was a prostitute. To what end? I have no idea. A truly terrible film.
  • Background music horrible!

    By LoveToCarve
    Interesting content....but the background music was so distracting and distasteful! What's the point of a song laced with the F-word in this documentary??
  • Love Tiffany, Don't Love the Movie

    By loritag007
    Topics go back & forth, not in any order. Trailer was the best part. Very disappointed.
  • Good Overview

    By MonicaC1976
    Thrilled by the story and iconic brand, disappointed by the profanity. I would have been much happier with this piece if they had edited out the profanity. If your ears can take it, then enjoy.
  • Skip It

    By AkulaByte
    The director/producer could have told a thousand stories about Tiffany’s. They chose this one that feels more like an infomercial than a story about a stellar brand and the creation of iconic wearable art.

    By Jan&Dean
    OH WOW! This movie took my breath away. What a gem. The music is fantastic (wish there was a soundtrack to buy). If you are tired of shoot’m up, zombies/vampires/politicians this is the movie for you. It’s like eating a box of fine chocolates; you just want more...