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The Rose Tattoo (1955) (2)

Journeys in Classic Film Posted by on Dec 3, 2013

You always notice the fingerprints of a Tennessee Williams production: An exotic locale within the US, unrepentant sexual longing bound up within questions of femininity and masculinity.  The Rose Tattoo bears all of these marks, as well as explores the generational gap in courtship and romance.  read more

The Rose Tattoo (1955) (1)

Pretty Clever Films Posted by Brandy Dean on Nov 7, 2013

Roberto Rossellini’s neorealist Open City first brought Italian actress Anna Magnani to the attention of Americans and, legend has it, Tennessee Williams penned the lead role in his play The Rose Tattoo specifically with Magnani in mind. Maybe or maybe not, but she did find her way to the pa read more

The Rose Tattoo

The Best Picture Project Posted by Alyson on Sep 30, 2010

The Rose Tattoo is a compelling story, by Tennessee Williams shot in such beautiful black and white that all the color of 1955 cannot compare.  This was Anna Magnani first English speaking role and ended up winning the Oscar for Best Actress.  If you want to see some real acting in the 1950’s, Magna read more