Arthur Miller: Writer Reviews

  • Sep 01, 2019

    Absolutely wonderful. What a beautiful man

    Absolutely wonderful. What a beautiful man

  • Apr 08, 2018

    A telling story of a writer in his old age conveyed in truth without the requisite artistic accoutrement to burn the midnight oil of satisfaction. Rebecca Miller finds content and story without the competence to weave those two together in a work worth remembering. Which is a shame, and perhaps intentionally so, focusing on the life of Arthur Miller behind the glamour of his production and into the honesty that hides behind his work. FULL REVIEW: https://gortnaculhouse.com.

    A telling story of a writer in his old age conveyed in truth without the requisite artistic accoutrement to burn the midnight oil of satisfaction. Rebecca Miller finds content and story without the competence to weave those two together in a work worth remembering. Which is a shame, and perhaps intentionally so, focusing on the life of Arthur Miller behind the glamour of his production and into the honesty that hides behind his work. FULL REVIEW: https://gortnaculhouse.com.