Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Playwright Harold Pinter Buried in London -

''I might even show you my photograph album,'' Gambon read. ''You might even see a face in it that might remind you of your own, of what you once were. You might see faces of others in shadows or cheeks of others turning or jaws or backs of necks or eyes, dark under hats, which might remind you of others whom you thought long dead but from whom you will still receive a sidelong glance if you can face the good ghost.''

Gambon had read the same lines onstage Dec. 26 in the first performance of one of Pinter's plays since his death.