Death of A Salesman

Death of A Salesman

DVD - 2002
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An abbreviated television adaptation of Arthur Miller's Pulitzer Prize-winning play about a middle-aged man's emotional turmoil.


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Aug 04, 2017

Please check my records. I turned in two DVDs on Wednesday, 08/02/2017 - One of them was "Bob Ross, The Happy Painter" and the other was "Death Of A Saleman" at the AV drop at the Sugar Creek Branch Library. I strongly remember putting those two, named DVDs in the AV slot at that particular branch.

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Mary C. Aikens

Jun 22, 2017

The 2016 Iranian film, "The Salesman," is reputed to include events related to Arthur Miller's great play, "Death of a Salesman." To enhance my viewing of the Iranian film, I decided to view "Death of a Salesman." In a poll of over 150 media critics, "Death of a Salesman" is considered to be the best American play ever written. Indeed it is great. Upon viewing, you may be confused, amused, horrified, repulsed by all the in-fighting, the bombast, the regrets, their attempt to define their life goals, etc.. This, I believe, is the essence of the film. Each person has dreams and goals but what one person desires will probably be different and misunderstood and valued differently from those of all his loved ones.

Nooners2006 Mar 18, 2017

A stunning, and I use the word in its full locomotive value, a stunning performance. All players involved welded my attention to the screen. I was, sadly, reminded of my own successes and failures in watching this, the greatest play I've ever viewed(too bad it was a telecast, still the best play I've ever seen). A good piece of art should take you to places, and remind you of the places you yourself have been.


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