Beckett and Film

Thirty-nine today
University of London Audio-Visual Centre

1978, 21 minutes, B&W

Featuring James Knowlson and Max Wall

British University Film & Video Council provides the following commentary:

Max Wall, the actor and former music-hall comedian, discusses with James Knowlson his experiences acting Krapp in Samuel Beckett's play Krapp's Last Tape, directed by Patrick Magee at the Greenwich Theatre in 1975. The discussion focuses specifically on the relationship between acting in Beckett and Max Wall's music-hall background.

Ordering Information

Thirty-nine today
BUFVC, 1978, VHS £30.00

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