A Streetcar Named Desire (1951): Taking-a-leave-of-absence

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The clip taking-a-leave-of-absence from A Streetcar Named Desire (1951) with Vivien Leigh, Kim Hunter. Powe...
The clip taking-a-leave-of-absence from A Streetcar Named Desire (1951) with Vivien Leigh, Kim Hunter. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. Oh, my baby, my baby. Would you like some pop? Honey. Pop? Not with my nerves tonight. Scotch for me, please. Grape. You haven't asked me how I got away from school before the spring term ended. I thought you'd volunteer that information if you want to tell me. You thought I'd been fired? No. I thought you might have resigned. Oh, I was so exhausted by all I'd been through, my nerves broke. I was on the verge of lunacy, almost. So Mr. Graves... Mr. Graves is the high school superintendent. Thank you. He suggested I... I take a leave of absence. I couldn't put all those details into the wire. This buzzes right through me and feels so good. - Would you like another? - Uh-uh. One's my limit. You haven't said a word about my appearance. - You look just fine. - God love you for a liar. Daylight never exposed so total a ruin. But you... You put on some weight. Yes. You're just as plump as a little partridge. It's so becoming to you too. - Oh, Blanche. - Yes, it is. Or I wouldn't say it. You... ...just have to watch around the hips a little. I want you to look at my figure, you know? I haven't put on one ounce in 10 years, Stella. I weigh now what I weighed the summer you left Belle Reve. The summer Dad died... ...and you left us. It's just incredible, Blanche, how well you look. - Sure you wouldn't like another? - Well... Well, maybe I will just take one tiny nip more. Just to put the stopper on, so to speak. Now, don't get worried. Your sister hasn't turned into a drunkard. She's just all shaken up... ...and hot and dirty and tired. Waiter.
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