Saturday, May 23, 2020

Marlon Brando and Elia Kazan

A homoerotic passage from Manso's Brando: the Biography (1994):

... had Marlon known this, it would not have mattered. More than anyone in the cast, he was reluctant to let the short, determined director "sneak in." Kazan, though, had already picked up on this, and while the director's aim was to mine what was underneath the surface, to excavate what he later called Brando's "great underground," he knew he had to work the rim, to proceed "gently." (224)

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