A não perder este texto de RICHARD SCHICKEL na Time:
Hostage of His Own Genius – Marlon Brando, 1924-2004

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“(…)One example out of dozens will have to suffice. Waterfront’s Terry is shyly courting Eva Marie Saint’s convent girl. She drops her glove. He picks it up and casually, talking about other things, tries to wriggle his fingers into it. What else of hers might he similarly, clumsily like to invade and possess? And how, we wonder, have we similarly, unconsciously betrayed our truest intentions while pretending that we were just kidding around?(…)”

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