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The French Lieutenant's Woman, 1981 Adapted from the novel by John Fowles, Pinter wrote the screenplay.
Ashes to Ashes, 1996 This was the best of the later political plays, encompassing the landscape of 20th-century totalitarianism.
Gambon, who is currently starring in Pinter's No Man's Land on the West End stage, said he admired Pinter's spirit in the face of illness. It nearly killed him, he was in a terrible state, but he didn't give up. Then, he came to the Duke of York Theatre for the London opening and he went to the party afterwards and sat there," he added.
Jonathan Heawood, director of Pen, the campaigning international writer's association, said Pinter had been vice-president of the group, and showed his support until the end.
It draws on Pinter's own experience of living in a house owned by an absentee builder.
His grandparents had fled persecution in Poland and Odessa.Just under six years ago, he was diagnosed with cancer of the oesophagus. " Aden Gillett, who starred in Betrayal in the West End in 2003, said: "The thing about Pinter's lines is that everything people say rings very true, yet at the same time it's quite surreal. I remember the read-through and meeting Pinter for the first time. He had always been a hero of mine." In his own words On critics "I find critics on the whole a pretty unnecessary bunch of people" On cricket "I tend to think that cricket is the greatest thing that God ever created on earth – certainly greater than sex, although sex isn't too bad either" On history "The past is what you remember, imagine you remember, convince yourself you remember, or pretend you remember" On pauses "I made a terrible mistake when I was young, I think, from which I've never really recovered.In February 2005, he said: "I think I've stopped writing plays now ... I wrote the word 'pause' into my first play" On happiness "How can you write a happy play?The Pumpkin Eater, 1964 Pinter won a Bafta for his screenplay adaptation of the novel of the same name by Penelope Mortimer.Old Times, 1971 Two characters compete to gain intellectual dominance over a third.
In recent years, he became a vociferous campaigner, speaking out against human rights abuses, including the occupation of Iraq by Western armies.