This is one of three mini-plays written by Tennessee Williams that were directed by Sidney Lumet for "Kraft Theatre" back in 1958.
Zena Bethune and Martin Huston, two relatively unknown actors today, are the only two in this mini-play. Zena has very messy hair and these two young people talk and talk and talk on the set that looks like a gully by a railroad track. Frankly, I had a hard time following much of it--and it seemed like a lot of prattling--uninteresting prattling. At times, Zena talks VERY fast and jumps about a bit--and it all comes off very badly. Had I not know that this was written by Williams and directed by Lumet, I would have soon forgotten it or even turned it off--it was that uninteresting. Worth skipping unless you are a die-hard Williams fan and I could see why this one wasn't expanded further.
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