December 25, 2008 | 12:00
||"Nearly all my work starts with an image, in the case of 'Betrayal' an image of a man and a woman sitting in a pub (the opening shot in the film). One merges this image with one's own observations and with one's own experience; one becomes curious about their past and what brought them to this place.|
"I've had American studio executives say that their lives were saved during World War II by reading Proust, yet they won't try to get this film [Pinter's adaptation of "Remembrance of Things Past"] made -- it's too intellectual!"
-- Harold Pinter,
March 12, 1983