Blanche Desire Quotes

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In the film, whatever happened to baby Jane, Jane went insane not only because she took care of her sister for such a long period of time, but because she was unable to follow her dreams. Since Jane was so preoccupied taking care of Blanche, she was not able to continue her acting career, which made her into a bitter alcoholic. It drove her mad knowing everything she has done for her sister had been for nothing because Blanche did not even appreciate all the years of Jane devoting her life to taking care of her. Blanche actually contemplating sending Jane to a nursing home and selling her home, which was what sent Jane over the edge. When Jane came up with the idea of starving her sister, she knew that there was nothing else for her to lose. …show more content…
Sometimes people act different because they do not like themselves, but does there comes a point where the self-hatred becomes so strong that an individual literally becomes someone else. In the film the talented Mr.Ripely, Tom truly hated his life of poverty and loneliness to the point where he completely became someone else. Tom’s passion was being someone else, as well as passionately hating himself. He took the first opportunity he could of leaving his home and attempting to imitate someone else. He was very talented at studying people’s behaviors, actions, and looks which was how he was so successful on becoming just like Dickie. It seems Tom has taught himself to study others and their signature which he most likely used for check fraud and identity theft. So since he has been practicing this type of fraud for a while it did not seem so hard to imitate someone’s …show more content…
Once individuals become attached to someone it’s difficult to let their memory go and those people may try their best to make sure they are never forgotten. In the Film Rebecca, Ms. Danvers had been very fond of Rebecca and could not let her memory go. Towards the middle of the film it showed that the fondness was more of an obsession, as if she was in love with Rebecca. She seemed to have enjoyed her own life by being told stories about how Rebecca lived her own life. Ms. Danvers loved Rebecca’s beauty, confidence, and decision making and could not let those qualities go even when there was a new Mrs. De Winter in the picture. She could did not enjoy to see Mrs. and Mr. De winter be happy in the home knowing it should be Rebecca living in the home, not his

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