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She pleaded: "Let me up" with her face seen in full close-up, as the scene shifted. Hunsecker's (Burt Lancaster) semi-incestuous - or at the least, an agitated obsessive attachment of the newspaperman to his 19 year old sister Susan (Susan Harrison). Why can't you please get fat or ugly or somethin' so I can stand it? Brick became fiercely defensive of his noble, incorruptible, idealized relationship with his deceased friend [a veiled defense of innuendo regarding his homosexual relationship].Alexander Mackendrick's acerbic, dynamic and intense film Sweet Smell of Success (1957) exposed the diseased under-side of New York City's glamorous night life, revealing brutality, capriciousness, greed, evil, psychological violence, corrupt American ambition, betrayal and cynicism. She was engaged in a forbidden romance with a young jazz guitarist/singer named Steve Dallas (Martin Milner), and her domineering, over-protective, and controlling brother forbid their planned marriage together. Brick disavowed any "shameful" or "filthy" interpretation.It was set in a New England town and was considered extremely scandalous at its time -- with its interwoven stories of adultery, incestuous rape, repression, illegitimacy and abortion (or miscarriage), frigidity, suicide, skinny-dipping, mother-daughter conflict, and murder. What is, uh, the victory of a cat on a hot tin roof? Now, the story had been modified to suggest that Skipper had seduced Maggie.] After Maggie suggested that she cheated on Brick with his now-deceased best friend, Brick had since refused to sleep with her.
As a result, the film's references to sexuality were almost illogical and incomprehensible. Brick: Lately, that finishin' school voice of yours sounds like you was runnin' upstairs to tell somebody the house is on fire. Finding a new lease on life following the discussion with his father, Brick backed her up and confirmed that Maggie was going to bear his child.
Her sizzling advances and lustful cat-like sensuality (often while wearing a white slip) were thwarted in her difficult marriage. It told about teenaged drug pushers (with 50s period slang, hep-talk ("Don't flip your lid," and "If you flake around with the weed, you'll end up using the harder stuff"), switchblade fights, drag racing, and beatnik poetry). were re-shot for more liberal European standards (pictured), such as the shot of a young girl in overdosing agony (and partially unclad) in an adjoining room.'Bad girl' Mamie Van Doren portrayed nymphomaniacal older Aunt Gwen Dulaine sporting a tight-sweatered, pointed 'bullet bra' covering her protuberant breasts.
She was frustrated by the unloving temperament of her alcoholic, injured (with a broken ankle), impotent, sexually-conflicted and apathetic husband Brick Pollitt (Paul Newman). I think you've even gotten better-lookin' since you went on the bottle. If I thought you'd never never make love to me again (pause)..I'd find me the longest, sharpest knife I could and I'd stick it straight into my heart. Portraying a perpetually horny nymphomaniac, she vamped younger, authority-defying troublesome, switchblade-carrying new transfer student Tony Baker (Russ Tamblyn), telling him: He was actually agent Mike Wilson, infiltrating a high school (where all students looked over 20) in the hopes of exposing a dope-pushing drug ring called the Wheeler-Dealers.
All references to homosexuality and four-letter words were deleted, watered down, or obscured from the shocking, original play, and the ending was considerably changed from the original Tennessee Williams play. She had cunningly fabricated the lie that she and Brick had reconciled and she had conceived Brick's child ("I have Brick's child in my body.
The homosexuality of the male lead (Paul Newman) was eliminated. Brick (offering a solution): Then jump off the roof, Maggie, jump off it. And that is my present to you") - there was the coming of new life that Big Daddy had hoped for.
In the late 1950s, 28 states still prohibited inter-racial marriage.