The Homecoming (film)
|Directed by||Peter Hall|
|Produced by||Ely Landau|
|Written by||Harold Pinter|
|Edited by||Rex Pyke|
|Distributed by||American Film Theatre|
|October 29, 1973 (US)|
The Homecoming is a 1973 British-American drama film directed by Peter Hall based on the play of the same name by Harold Pinter. The film was screened at the 1974 Cannes Film Festival, but was not entered into the main competition.
Teddy (Michael Jayston) brings his wife (Vivien Merchant) home to meet his estranged family.
All cast members from the play's first performance in 1965 reprise their roles here, with the exception of Cyril Cusack and Michael Jayston who replace John Normington and Michael Bryant respectively.
- Paul Rogers as Max, father of Lenny, Teddy, and Joey
- Ian Holm as Lenny
- Cyril Cusack as Sam, brother of Max
- Terence Rigby as Joey
- Michael Jayston as Teddy
- Vivien Merchant as Ruth
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