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The scene is remarkable in that it is certainly unconventional to give two characters so much time on stage alone like this.
He shows the agony of a man trapped with a domineering mother and a helpless sister, and though he longs to make them happy, heknows that this is impossible.
For this 1973 television production, Katharine Hepburn, at the request of Williams himself, stepped into the hallowed role of Amanda.
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This author always deals with sensitive issues which leaves you with questions. Is mental illness genetic or learned behavior? (two schools of thought). Read morePublished 1 month ago by Joan Kilgore
The movie was very different from what I had expected, but it was not bad at all. In fact, it was quite enjoyable to watch. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lam Ngo
The Glass Menagerie film is a vary accurate portrayal of the play. After watching the movie, the play becomes more understandable and easier to picture. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Barr
The Glass Menagerie Review
After I read the play and watched the movie, I realized there were a few slight differences between the two. Read more
In the realm of arts, nothing gets better than the works of Tennessee Williams. It is films like this that keeps one in touch with the soul and is the stuff that good poetry is... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sister Ann
I had to view this film for a ENG 102 class. It will serve its purpose, but by itself; BORING!Published 8 months ago by Lakota
Just did not have time to watch it all....and I, now, can't remember why or what caught my attention about this
movie..... Read more