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When the death of her husband leaves her in reduced circumstances, fading southern belle Blanche Dubois is obliged to seek shelter with distant relatives in New Orleans. Desperately clinging to her memories (or maybe fantasies) of wealth and refinement, her presence provokes uncontrollable tensions - especially with her brutal brother-in-law Stanley Kowalski. Featuring a memorable performance from a young Marlon Brando, this is a powerful adaptation of the Tennessee Williams play.
moderate violence (please note: you may receive a DVD rated '15' but this refers to a previous rating given by the BBFC; it has since been re-classified as a '12')
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James Dean stars in this John Steinbeck adaptation about a rebellious son with a sternly religious father.
11+ years 110 mins
Seminal British film from the 1960s about a working class man who lives for the weekend.
14+ years 85 mins
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With its re-release, we look back at this classic film & explore the shocking nature of its production - including processes that would never be allowed today!
Reading time 8 mins
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