Discussion: Favorite Pinter Screenplay?

Posted: April 16, 2012
The Servant (1963) written by Harold Pinter

The Servant (1963) written by Harold Pinter

The French Lieutenant’s Woman was written by the Nobel Prize-winning playwright Harold Pinter. What is your favorite Pinter screenplay? Reel 13 Classics host Neal Gabler picks The Servant (1963) and The Comfort of Strangers (1990).

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  • Van

    My favorite Pinter screenplay is “The Go-Between”, a beautiful depiction of doomed human relationships, seen on two converging levels: a young lad’s and our own.

  • robin

    I love betrayal. maybe you will show he film version
    it’s fabulous

  • Nikki

    My favorites are “The Servant” and “The Homecoming.” Pinter’s films and play are so beautifully character driven, and each character’s arcs are frightening and honed with a very sharp pen.