The Servant 12A

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With The Servant, Director Joseph Losey and playwright Harold Pinter started their celebrated trio of collaborations with this provocative deconstruction of class, power, and identity in Britain.

In one of his finest roles, Dirk Bogarde stars as Hugo Barrett, a seemingly innocuous servant who takes a new job working for wealthy Londoner Tony (James Fox. But, as Barrett’s true motivations come to the fore, this traditional dynamic descends into a complex and savage indictment of the class system. A visually striking film – and a significant entry among the British New Wave – The Servant is considered one of the great London films.

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Director
Joseph Losey
Year
1963
Duration
1 hour 55 minutes
Cast
Drik Bogarde, James Fox, Sarah Miles

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