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Title: (Streetcar Named Desire): the Damsel in Distress vs the Damsel Brings Distress

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Subject: Music and Movies
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Date: January 26, 2008
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Kazan, by doing so, changes the tone in the next part of the scene compared to the play. In the next part of the play Blanche is first introduced in this part of the scene as someone obviously out of setting, while the film introduces a setting that is evidently out of place to the character Blanche...

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The play, by sequencing the events as they are, puts the focus on the setting rather than the character. There is a sense of friendliness and a joyous atmosphere is in the air. Eunice is joking around with the colored women, and Stella happily rushes to the bowling alley to watch her husband bowl, then Blanche walks in and, in a sense, darkens the picture...

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