|Vivien Leigh as Blanche when the man who'd|
fallen in love with her reacts to learning that
she's a woman with a past.
This one included rape and everyone's refusal to believe Blanche's accusations though they accepted the rumor that dismissal from her teaching position was because of sexual misconduct with a student. Blanche's last line, when the authorities come to take her to a mental institution because she "hallucinated" that her sister's husband raped her is, "Whoever you are, I've always depended on the kindness of strangers."
Personally, I don't depend on the kindness of strangers, but I do appreciate them.