In Camera — A 1964 BBC Adaptation of Sartre’s No Exit, Starring Harold Pinter

6 thoughts on “In Camera — A 1964 BBC Adaptation of Sartre’s No Exit, Starring Harold Pinter”

  1. Reblogged this on EXPERIENCE LITERATURE and commented:
    For those not familiar with Sartrean philosophy, I recommend first and foremost reading this short story – “No Exit”, as well as his play “The Flies”, which is based off of Aesychlus’ Oresteia trilogy. “Hell is other people” indeed!

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  2. Reblogged this on EXPERIENCE LITERATURE and commented:
    For those not familiar with Sartrean philosophy, I recommend first and foremost reading this short story – “No Exit”, as well as his play “The Flies”, which is based off of Aesychlus’ Oresteia trilogy. “Hell is other people” indeed!

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  3. I’m saving this up for later. Thanks! Just a thought – if hell is other people, and we are “other people” to other people, then hell is is all our own fault. On that basis, and given a change in human behaviour, then heaven could also be other people.

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