Review: An Enemy Of The People starring Hugh Bonneville

Review: An Enemy Of The People starring Hugh Bonneville
 

While Christopher Hampton refreshes the play in his new translation, he does not modernise it; he doesn’t need to. 
Such is the currency of its concerns, it could have been written last week. Sibling rivalry, a political cover-up and the thin line between hubris and moral high ground are the elements at play.
Having been bailed out in the past by his brother, Dr Tomas Stockmann (Hugh Bonneville) learns his town’s lucrative spa baths have been badly polluted by the local tannery.
Intending to expose the situation in the liberal-minded local paper, he is assailed on all sides to keep quiet.... read more

 
13 May 2016 in Entertainment, Views: 46
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