A self-made millionaire of humble origins acquires a new secretary just before he is due to marry a woman of aristocratic lineage. He also starts to suffer mysterious problems with his eyesight and slowly becomes delusional.
Did You Know?
This play was specially written for an ambitious international television project called "The Largest Theatre In The World". Several different countries produced their own television versions of the play in translations, and these were transmitted in the same period in the summer of 1965. Harold Pinter adapted the play for the theatre five years later. See more
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