- Good [play]
Hitler has perverted the whole nature of our relationship. Buggered up one of the few friendships I valued...that's not good, Johnnie
"1930s Germany, Professor Halder is struggling with an elderly mother, a needy wife and the increasing tendancy to hear beautiful music in unexpected places. A good man, he finds himself increasingly cuaght up in the Nazi propaganda machine. GOOD is a shifting, moving exploration of how personal morality can be twisted, and drawn to a sinister and diabolical cause."
Good was written by the late British playwright Cecil Philip (C.P.) Taylor. In 2008, the play was adapted into a film of the same name, starring Viggo Mortensen, Jason Isaacs and Jodie Whittaker.
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