When Sir John Chilcot stepped up to the mic to deliver his long-awaited verdict on the 2003 invasion of Iraq, he did so calmly, steadily, but with forensic and devastating analytical precision. David Hare’s STUFF HAPPENS, which beat Chilcot by 12 years, is similarly measured, mixing detailed re-enactment with behind-closed-doors speculation.
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