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To Desire is to long or crave something Usually something that is enjoyed or pleasurable This story A Streetcar Named Desire directed by Elia Kazan is a wonderful movie It signifies how in real life people like to tell stories as Blanche does In the story Blanche desired love and passion and when she couldnt get it she made it seem to everyone else that she had it The film was produced by Charles K Feldman who worked with the main actors Vivian Leigh and Marlon Brondo The film was written well acted well and was put together like a masterpiece It all started with a woman Blanche wondering as if not knowing where she was going She is a southern lady in one sense and of mental and emotional demise She was born into a wealthy family in Mississippi After losing most of her wealth she gets on a streetcar that is headed to New Orleans to meet her sister When she arrives she meets her sister Stella and her husband Stanley They live in a two story apartment that is of very poor conditions The relationship between Stella and Stanley is full of drinking abuse lust and ignorance Blanche makes up stories and lies to cover up her past but Stanley does not trust her and does not believe her stories He thinks that him and his wife have both been swindled out of money He asks around and gets information about her past Meanwhile Blanche falls for Mitch a friend of Stanley He pays attention to her and lets her know that he likes her Later he finds out about her lies and does not speak with her It is Stanley who found out about these lies and he brought them up to Blanche He mocked and scorned her She denied the lies and tried to cover them up with more lies When Stanley confronts her she tries to leave but
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