He co-directed Harold Pinter's "The Collection, The Lover," and "A Kind of Alaska," at the Donmar Warehouse Theatre in London, England with Penelope Wilton OBE, Bill Nighy, Douglas Hodge, Lia Williams, and Colin McFarlane.
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[on Fred Astaire
] Astaire is the motherless man-about-town, all sophistication quite debonair, yet with a lope in his walk rather than a swagger, for -- despite his receding hair -- he is essentially boyish, youthful, innocent.
He wrote his famous book, "The Technique Of Film Editing", before becoming involved in professional film-making. It was reviewed - not entirely favorably - in the magazine "Sight And Sound" by an actual film editor, Seth Holt. When Reisz made his first feature film, "Saturday Night And Sunday Morning", in 1960, he hired Holt as his editor, and, after their first day of working together, told him,...