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David Tennant delivers chilling performance in ethical drama Good – review

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Good is one of the most intense plays we’re ever witnessed. Set in Germany during the 1930s, this ethical drama introduces us to Professor Halder (David Tennant), who initially appears to be a good man.

Well educated and respected, with a loving wife (Sharon Small) and children, and a Jewish best friend Maurice (Elliot Levey), he’s opposed to much of what the rising Nazi party stands for, but understands why their populist policies are enjoying some support.

Over the course of a couple of hours, under the direction of Dominic Cooke, we explore how a ‘good’ man can become corrupted.

It’s a chilling and completely believable performance from David Tennant – everything he does is entirely ordinary. From his initial objections to the political landscape, to reluctantly joining the party to keep the in-laws happy and blend in, through to his subsequent promotions – every decision he makes seems understandable in isolation.

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