Engaging play by Pinter with engaging performances and one lovely unforgettable camera shot
Interesting play by Harold Pinter. Engaging performances by all four. And Helen Mirren looks so attractive here and so young. Directed by Michael Apted with a delightful imaginative shot of Malcolm McDowell cowering on the floor taken from behind Alan Bates' legs towering over McDowell. Best shot in the film.
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