Brief 1964 interview with Samuel Beckett and Buster Keaton
Buster Keaton on the set of Samuel Beckett's Film. New York, 1964.
Over at Piccolo, a new literature and philosophy blog, Mark Bowles shares a 1964 New York Times interview with Samuel Beckett and Buster Keaton: '"The picture is about a man's self-perception," Mr. Beckett rather grudgingly acknowledged. The 58-year-old playwright-scenarist moved around gingerly on the fringes of the unit, joking with his colleagues and carefully checking each take with the director. Mr. Beckett, now visiting the United States for the first time, is a slender, wiry man with watchful eyes and a strong mouth dominating a leathery face.' [Read More]