Read Reviews for HBO’s Arthur Miller Documentary

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Arthur Miller: Writer is a portrait of the playwright by his daughter, Rebecca Miller.
Arthur Miller
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Following its premiere at The Film Society of Lincoln Center's 55th New York Film Festival last fall, the new documentary Arthur Miller: Writer is now available on HBO.

The film offers an intimate portrait of the legendary playwright told from the perspective of his daughter, Rebecca Miller, and features interviews filmed over decades as well as a wealth of archival material.

Read reviews for Arthur Miller: Writer below:

The Atlantic (Sophie Gilbert)

The Hollywood Reporter (Stephen Farber)

Los Angeles Times (Sheri Linden)

The New York Times (Sara Aridi)

Newsday (Verne Gay)

The Village Voice (David Cote)

Miller was born in New York City October 17, 1915. The multiple Tony and Pulitzer winner's dramas include All My Sons, The Crucible, Death of a Salesman, A View from the Bridge, Incident at Vichy, After the Fall, and The American Clock, among many others. He passed away February 10, 2005, but his plays continue to be revived on and Off-Broadway and around the world.

Flip through the Playbills of 12 of his plays that came to Broadway below:

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