The clip losing-belle-reve from A Streetcar Named Desire (1951) with Vivien Leigh, Kim Hunter. Powered by: ...
The clip losing-belle-reve from A Streetcar Named Desire (1951) with Vivien Leigh, Kim Hunter. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
I haven't asked you the things you probably thought I was going to ask...
...so I'll expect you to be understanding about what I have to tell you.
You'll reproach me. I know you're bound to reproach me, but before you do...
...take into consideration you left. I stayed and struggled.
You came to New Orleans and looked out for yourself.
I stayed at Belle Reve and tried to hold it together.
Oh, I'm not meaning this in any reproachful way.
- But the burden fell on my shoulders. - Best I could do was make my own living.
But you were the one that abandoned Belle Reve, not I.
I fought for it, bled for it, almost died for it.
Stop this outburst. Tell me what happened.
- I knew you'd take this attitude about it. - About what? Please!
Belle Reve? Lost, is it?
But how did it go? What happened?
- You're a fine one to ask me how it went. - Blanche.
You're a fine one to stand there accusing me of it.
- I won't stay in this house. - Blanche!
- Blanche. - I... I... I took the blows...
...on my face and my body.
All of those deaths, the long parade to the graveyard.
Father, Mother, Margaret, that dreadful way...
You just came home in time for funerals, Stella.