Harold Pinter (1921 - 2008)

Harold Pinter

From The New York Times, December 25, 2008:
Harold Pinter, the British playwright whose gifts for finding the ominous in the everyday and the noise within silence made him the most influential and imitated dramatist of his generation, died on Wednesday. He was 78 and lived in London.
Read the rest of the NYTHarold Pinter Obituary


Harold Pinter Interview, Part 1 (2006)


Harold Pinter Interview, Part 2 (2006)


Harold Pinter Interview, Part 3 (2006)


Harold Pinter's The Birthday Party - "The Interrogation"


twelveangrymen says,

Robert Shaw, Patrick Magee, Dandy Nichols, and Moultriie Kelsall: in William Friekin's 1968 film of Pinter's play.


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