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Splendor in the Grass follows the unrequited and forbidden but superheated romance between working-class high schooler Natalie Wood and rich kid Warren Beatty. Together they learn the harsh lesson of love and life in the '20s and sadly go their separate ways.
One of Kazan's two or three mastrpieces, this powerful small-town film examines growing pains, respressed sexuality, and social hypocrisy, featuring Warren Beatty, in an astonishing screen debut, and Natalie Wood, at their very best.
A complicated film that never really successfully yokes together the themes of money-making and sexuality, it reveals both Kazan's operatic sensibility and his inability to follow an argument rigorously through.