Surveillance

Surveillance

Kobo ebook | July 16, 2014

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Four cops in a ratty room, gathering evidence for a drug bust. Scoping out a bad guy, the "tag." Three of them are veterans: cynical and obscene, barely suppressing their anger at the world and their own lives. The "new guy" watches and learns, and takes their casual abuse. We won't be surprised when their rage explodes into violence. As one of the cops says, "Show me any modern American male who isn't f***ing losing control!" Surveillance is playwright/director Raul Sanchez Inglis' latest foray into the dark side of American male culture, a favourite subject of playwrights from Arthur Miller to David Mamet. Having tackled the vicious sleaze of Hollywood (In the Eyes of God), and the American (in)justice system experienced by an inmate on Death Row (Walter), Inglis now casts his eye along the thin blue line. Like Mamet, Inglis likes his characters clipped and hard-boiled. Where better to find those qualities than copland, as we know from so many movies and TV shows. Jerry Wasserman - The Province
Title:SurveillanceFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:July 16, 2014Publisher:Raul Sanchez InglisLanguage:English

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ISBN:9990045455822

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