One of Anthony Minghella's smallest and least-known projects is his two-aprt, fifteen-minute version of Samuel Beckett's Play (2000), Mighella's contribution to the multi-director, comprehensive "Beckett on Film": project. This bizarre, striking realization of the playwright's image-play about a man, his wife, and his mistress trapped together for eternity also serves as an intriguing footnote to the director's career for reuniting him with the stars of his first film, Juliet Stevenson and Alan Rickman, and the female lead of his biggest hit, Kristen-Scott Thomas.
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Samuel Beckett - Play (2000) - (15:37)
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