A Streetcar Named Desire
A Streetcar Named Desire, the play written in 1947, may be the best known work of the famous American playwright Tennessee Williams. The play gained worldwide popularity through the eponymous movie adaptation by the director Eli Kazan in 1951, in which the main roles were played by Marlon Brando and Vivien Leigh. Additionally, Woody Allen created the movie Blue Jasmine in 2013 based on this drama text. A Streetcar Named Desire is about two different perceptions of life– one based on imagination, spirituality, and illusion, and the second, which originates in the harsh reality reduced to daily, unscrupulous survival. Blanche DuBois visits her sister Stella and her husband Stanley in order to placate the spirits of the past and try to start a new life. In an old house in the impoverished suburbia there is a conflict of the two mentioned concepts, represented by Blanche and Stanley.
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