The Agent (DVD)

The Agent (DVD)
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Author: Martin Wagner
Director: Lesley Manning
With: William Beck | Stephen Kennedy | Maureen Lipman
Published: 2010
Edition: 1st

Binding: DVD
Format: Region 0
Minutes: 80
Pinter & Martin edition available: worldwide
Rights: Pinter & Martin

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feature film | comedy drama | 2009 | 80 mins | Cert: 15

cinematography Jonathan Harvey | production designer Humphrey Jaeger | music Simon Lambros | writer Martin Wagner | producers Martin Wagner and Lesley Manning | director Lesley Manning

Synopsis: It’s all in a day’s work for high-flying literary agent Alexander; manuscripts to read, deals to be done, celebrity clients to be taken out to lunch… but first there is an author to deal with whose latest book the agent thinks is, frankly, not up to scratch. However he hadn't counted on the author's resourcefulness...

This bitingly funny film takes you behind the scenes of the publishing world to witness the wheeling and dealing required to create the next best-seller.

DVD extras:

  • The Agent 60" by Thorsten Knaub (1 min)
  • Klaus Maria Brandauer: Speer in London (documentary) by Martin Wagner (52 mins)
  • Summer (short film) by Martin Wagner (11 mins)
  • Essay by Guillermo O'Joyce on The Agent (PDF)
  • The Agent play ebook (PDF)
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The Agent
Sunday, 11 November 2012  | 

This team work vibrates with excellence. Special thanks belongs to the author Mr. Martin Wagner whose open, courageous confession, revealed, offers an undisturbed insight into the life's arena game, where all the actors fight for a life or death. Great gift to the sincere searchers for, not just an amusement, but a direct presentation of the real life's truth. For them the work is a part of the mosaic of the life, mostly hidden behind the other so called everyday works and duties but still the part of boiling pot of humanity, where every participant struggles for his personal life's security and joyful fulfilment, what the top aim of the life really is.


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