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The cinematic life of Harold Pinter

Natasha A. Fraser looks back on the cinematic legacy of her stepfather Harold Pinter (1930–2008), whose fourteen screenplays were directed by the likes of Joseph Losey, Elia Kazan and Karel Reisz. Here, Fraser fondly remembers Pinter’s understanding of actors, the yellow legal pads he wrote his scripts on, his Hollywood flirtations and disdain for the clutter of Academy correspondence.

BY Natasha A. Fraser

 

 

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