No nudity. Lots of kissing.
Numerous references and discussions of a woman’s sexual past, most of which are outdated views on promiscuous women.
Man has shirt off briefly in a few scenes.
A woman is implied to be naked under bedsheets in one scene; intercourse with her husband the previous night is implied too.


Lots of euphemistic innuendo in the dialogue. References to sexual promiscuity – and possibly prostitution – and even a scandal of a teacher romantically involved with a teen student.


A woman euphemistically accuses her sister of marrying a man only for his sex appeal.
A woman confesses she found out her late husband was gay but only those already familiar with the play on which this movie is based will pick up on this.


In a scene loaded with carnal desire, a shirtless man is approached by a woman coming down the stairs, and hugs her so that his face is next to her belly. She grabs and feels his back passionately. They kiss and he carries her off, sex is implied, but not shown.
A man slaps his wife’s buttocks, to her embarassment.
Women change clothes in a few scenes but only strip down to undergarments. A man assists his sister-in-law in changing clothes and in another scene walks into a room where she is undressed. Lots of sexual tension.
A group of men make fun of another man for staring at a woman changing clothes through a curtain.
An adult woman flirts with a much younger (possibly teenaged) man and asks him to kiss her, which he does.
A woman says she wants the respect of a man whom she is dating, although men lose interest quickly, implying she hasn’t had sex with him.
A man speaks of being able to have sex with his wife again once his sister-in-law leaves. In another scene, the wife briefly talks about her wedding night to her sister.

Man rapes his sister-in-law. We only see him grab her forcefully.


Film review:Translated by www.rabudo-ru.com


Why fall in love with someone? Is it because of your appearance? If so, when a more delicate face appears and a more graceful posture appears, will you follow her; If so, when I am old, gray haired and wrinkled, will you run away in panic? If not, why do beautiful women always have more rights to be happy. When Vivien Li came out, I was shocked. I was too thin. It seemed that it was just a bone, insulated from sexuality. There was no ruddy on my face, my eyes were no longer shining, and there were only traces of beauty, writing loneliness and coolness. All along, Vivien Li in her heart is just Scully, the favorite woman. I believe she will be happy, proud and beautiful. But here, Blanche is pitiful and annoying. She used to be beautiful, intelligent, well-born and has all the opportunities to get happiness, but now she loses everything and thinks she can have everything – with her old face, she is a pure queen with thousands of favors in her own world, and she is an absurd and dirty woman in the eyes of others. Therefore, when she took a bath again and again, tried to wear all kinds of clothes and skirts, played with fans, danced affectably, and even tried her best to seduce men, she felt funny and desolate in her heart. The director is too indifferent. He weaves a fairy tale simple self dream for the woman, but tells the truth to everyone else, including the audience, and then watches her performance, embarrassment, injury and madness together. I was also an accomplice in the process of more than two hours.

We can’t blame anything, because extreme Blanche may be rare in real life, but this situation is dangerous for everyone.

Have too many unrealistic illusions about love, marriage and life. It’s not a mistake to dream, but it’s a mistake to spend most of your time on fantasy. Fantasy is addictive. I have deep experience. The more fantasies, the better, the more tense and cruel reality, and the more insecure I am, so I gradually want to hide in fantasy and never come out again. For a long time, I even forgot my current situation. Blanche was only hurt by love at first. Later, his debauchery was hiding safely. He didn’t know he was wrong. It was difficult to turn back if he made mistakes again and again. I like Blanche’s sister very much. She is just the opposite of Blanche. She knows that she loves Stan. Although he is rough and violent, male chauvinism and likes to play and drink, he also loves her. This is love, a flawed but satisfying love. When she walked down the second floor stairs step by step, slitan kissed her under her skirt and cried for forgiveness. She was the real queen. She knows the life of oil, salt and vinegar. She has mastered the art of love. Although she bumps again and again, she has the blush of love and the warmth of being loved. Earthly love should lower itself moderately after all.

Vivien Li performed so well that she knew she was completely involved in the play. At that time, her happiness was broken, her body was broken, and her nerves were on the verge of collapse. However, I believe she is not Blanche. Although she has great fear, anxiety, helplessness, uneasiness and loneliness, she deeply loves Lawrence. When Lawrence sent the divorce agreement, she wrote “agree, Mrs. Lawrence” to express her irony and reluctance. A man is the attachment of her life until her death. The reason for her misfortune is different from Blanche. Seeing her investment in the film, I deplore her. Her life is not productive, because she puts herself into each play and hurts once. It can only be said that “holding the hand of your son and growing old with your son” is a huge commitment.

Brando gave me a second surprise. The difference is surprise. Although he plays sleitan as a rough lower class man, he has his own charm. At the same time, his eyes are sharp, and his satire on Blanche is often straight to the point.

It is worthy of being a classic film, but also because she can feel Vivien Li’s bleeding wound and bear the pain.

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