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Film: A Streetcar Named Desire

Nottingham Contemporary, Weekday Cross, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG1 2GB
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Film: A Streetcar Named Desire

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Wednesday 15 April 2020
Nottingham Contemporary
Tickets: £5 per ticket, or any five tickets for £20


Elia Kazan, 1951 (12A)

This season, Nottingham Contemporary's film programme The Screen at Contemporary presents 24 Frames: the films and influences of Martin Scorsese.

Based on the Tennessee Williams play, the now infamous tale follows Blanche Dubois, an ageing Southern Belle, when she visits her sister and meets her animalistic husband Stanley. Marlon Brandon and Vivien Leigh give two of the best performances in cinema history. The film uncovers themes of guilt, sex and fear, and the horror that can be revealed when masks slip.

Elia Kazan was Scorsese's most revered filmmaker. A Streetcar Named Desire is paired with Goodfellas, which we will screen on Wed 8 Apr, 6.30pm.
 

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