Death of a Salesman
1966 | Broadway/Drama | 100 minutes | English
Why Stream This Play?
Directors Guild of America Award: Winner, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Television (Alex Segal and James B. Clark)
Emmy Awards: Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Drama (Alex Segal and James B. Clark); Outstanding Dramatic Program (Producers David Susskind and Daniel Melnick); Best Adaptation (Arthur Miller); Primetime Award for Outstanding Single Performance in a Leading Role (Lee J. Cobb and Mildred Dunnock)
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If Norma Desmond had been able to see it she wouldn’t have worried about the pictures getting small.An evening of high drama not to be missed.”—Joan Crosby, “The Pittsburgh Press
Few directors tell large-scale stories with as much sensitivity as Cuarón. In ROMA he refined his style of marshaling various narrative strategies, including cinematic spectacle. He uses both intimacy and monumentality to express the depths of ordinary life.
This production promptly took its place among the most unforgettable productions in the history of the video medium.
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