The Go-Between (film)  

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The Go-Between is a 1970 film adaptation of the novel of the same name by L.P. Hartley. It was directed by Joseph Losey and stars Julie Christie, Alan Bates, Margaret Leighton, Michael Redgrave, and Edward Fox, among others. The title role was played by Dominic Guard.

The screenplay was written by Harold Pinter, the third of his collaborations with Losey.

Music for the film was composed by Michel Legrand. The movie was shot at Melton Constable in Norfolk.

The film won the 1971 Grand Prix at the Cannes Film Festival.





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