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

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It is the introduction to what is going to happen, and we see that Kazan wanted to introduce Williamsís story in a different way. Kazan, by introducing Blanche first, saw how important it was to show that she was the focus of the story. While Williams, possibly due to writing this before any acting of it was done, saw the importance of introducing the setting of which Blanche was coming into...
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While Williams, possibly due to writing this before any acting of it was done, saw the importance of introducing the setting of which Blanche was coming into. Again, Brandoís performance influenced Kazanís decision in this scene, because it was evident that even though Stanley was the villain of the story, he was apparently more lovable than Blanche...
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