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Documentary, dir. by Harry Burton
UK, 2007, 56 mins

For nearly fifty years until his death in 2008, Harold Pinter was at the center of British and international theatre, and contributed to films with the scripts for The Servant, The Go Between and The French Lieutenant's Woman. The documentary focuses on Pinter working with actors, capturing his collaborative spirit and offering remarkable insights into his creative process. Also included in the film are a revealing footage of a 2005 masterclass, an in-depth interview with the playwright, and liberal quotations from film and television productions of his plays.


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