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By Amy Sargeant

Amy Sargeant's illuminating learn of Joseph Losey's The Servant (1963) offers a close dialogue of the film's creation and reception background, in addition to a textual research that makes a speciality of Harold Pinter's model of Somerset Maugham's novella; the film's use of structure and inside layout to set up personality and relationships.
 
Richly illustrated with photos from the movie in addition to superb artwork to which the movie refers this booklet will entice enthusiasts of the movie, of Losey, of Bogarde and of the movie Classics sequence

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