Good People Bad Things by Daniel Thau-Eleff

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After 10 years of activism, Daniel Thau-Eleff is running away. He hops a train to the East Coast. On his way, he reads Eichmann in Jerusalem, by Hannah Arendt, the story of a Nazi bureaucrat about who Arendt coined the phrase "The Banality of Evil." Daniel reflects on his activism for justice in Israel/Palestine while living and working on a farm with a couple whose relationship goes from sweet to abusive. Each of these story lines becomes a counterpoint for the others as Daniel wrestles with the question of evil: why do good people do bad things?

Year Printed: 2016
First produced in 2012 at Rudolf Rocker Cultural Centre, Winnipeg, MB

Running Time: 90 minutes

Acts: 1

Male Cast: 1