Harold Pinter's Betrayal

From NPR: Nobel laureate Harold Pinter is noted for his use of "silence" as a playwright. Long, tense pauses between his characters became a technique and a trademark of his plays, often making audiences squirm and wonder what people do not — and perhaps cannot — say to one another. We revisit one of Pinter's most well-known plays, Betrayal.

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