Four steely U.N. lawyers read startling interview transcripts from their laptops in an explosive tribunal concerning ‘horizontal collaboration’ - the name for the supposed wartime crime of sex with enemy soldiers.
The courtroom’s intense stillness contrasts with the volatile narrative of African warlord’s wife, Judith K. who, after her husband’s assassination, becomes leader and takes her people on a treacherous path towards peace… or does she? Can women ever have the freedom to lead in a different way from men?
From writer-director David Leddy, who is described as a 'leading theatrical innovator' (The Times), ‘institution’ (Independent), and ‘genius’ (Scotsman).
Shortlisted - Amnesty International Freedom of Expression Award
Supported by Creative Scotland
Age 16+, disturbing descriptions of sex and violence
**** ‘Intense… dark imaginings’ The Herald
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