By Harold Pinter
The play is a
three-person fugue of memory and sexual rivalry. What matters in this
play is not what happened but what people think happened and what people
think defines who they are - or wish they were. As always with Pinter,
whose writing won both a Nobel Prize and Tony® Award, the speech we hear
is an indication of that which we don't hear--of that which the
characters will not or cannot say.