“They told me to take a street-car named Desire, and transfer to one called Cemeteries, and ride six blocks and get off at—Elysian Fields!" - Blanche DuBois.
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Please I NEED this DVD…
hey guys, i need some help.
Which video is this from?
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i downloaded all the 38 …no 44 clips .. i think and couldn’t find it ????
where is it :(
if someone is holding out on us w/ the full video….
They are! Someone totally has the HQ dvd scenes. There have been some incredible HQ gifs here on tumblr that No Way came from those recorded videos posted a couple of days ago. Please, someone, share it with usssss! :(
Gillian Anderson deserves all the awards
Do you have a link for the video, please??
Gillian Anderson and the cast of A Streetcar Named Desire taking their final bows at the Young Vic Theatre.
Gillian Anderson and Ben Foster in A Streetcar Named Desire.
This is the worst/best scene.
Is Streetcar supposed to feel like some strange fever dream the day after you see it? Coz it’s like haunting me today. I just keep hearing Blanche’s voice and seeing her face and her hand movements and I’m just feeling completely elated and unsettled about it at the same time. And don’t even get me started on my irrational need to hug Gillian Anderson and tell her how proud I am of her.
She’s an alcoholic. That’s it. Full stop. Game over. Of course she comes to the table with a great deal of psychological frailty, but her excessive drinking only exacerbates her condition. […]
Her sister Stella talks about her as a child and says she was always in a world of her own, always fantasizing about one thing or another. And the tragedy of Blanche is that she never got past that. The husband she convinced herself wasn’t really gay, the degrading encounters she tried to pretend were more than one-night stands, the march of time she thinks she halts by putting on sunglasses and dressing in high fashion … all of these things are signs of her mental weakness.
And if there is a weakness in the mind to begin with, then alcoholism will grab hold of that weakness and walk hand in hand with it until you’re heading surely down the road to destruction. The tragedy of Blanche is that as the play progresses, she seems to be getting stronger, but she’s only getting more self-centred and there’s nothing inside for her to hold onto.
Gillian Anderson on Blanche Dubois (via greenfinch)
NO, BUT I REALLY NEED A DVD OF STREETCAR IN MY LIFE.
LIKE, WHO DO I HAVE TO TAKE TO THE TARANTULA ARMS TO MAKE THAT HAPPEN?
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