In a performance apparently “devoid of pretension or glittery trappings” actor Julian Sands manages to get to the soul of the Nobel winning playwright in A Celebration of Harold Pinter.
The show, directed by John Malkovich, is the result of a collaboration between Sands and Pinter for a special performance in London in 2005. Later, the work was performed at the Edinburgh Festival in 2011 and it then toured the world. Variety said that Sands delivers a performance with “pugnacity, precision, and a little of the dry humour of an exacting writer.”
Sands was in Luxembourg earlier in 2016 to act in Marco Serafini’s comedy thriller The Toy Gun, a co-production by local outfit Calach Films that is due for release early in 2017.