An abusive sexual relationship between a white spinster schoolteacher and an young black janitor in 1956 Kansas complicates her struggle to come to grips with her sexuality and emotions.
The powerful novel by William Inge, Pulitzer Prize winning author of "Picnic," "Bus Stop," "Dark at the Top of the Stairs," and "Splendor in the Grass," is now an unforgettable motion picture.
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This was first announced as a Sydney Pollack production in 1970, with Mark Rydell lined up as director. See more
References A Streetcar Named Desire