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A Streetcar Named Desire
Dir.: Elia Kazan | 122 minutes

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The erotic-jazzy soundtrack composed by Alex North, together with Brando’s raw performance, caused quite a bit of embarrassment in Hollywood’s morality division. It was only years later that jazzy sounds were welcomed with open arms and ears to movie soundtracks. The film is considered the first film that dared to do so - and with resounding feat

USA 1951 | 122 minutes | English | Hebrew subtitles

Blanche, a vulnerable young woman of an impoverished southern family, becomes an alcoholic and a nymphomaniac. An uncensored version of Kazan’s adaptation of the Tennessee Williams’ play, which made Marlon Brando one of the hottest Hollywood stars. A daring classic that should not be missed.