Les Mains Sales
Jean-Paul SartreI find that when a story is too overtly philosophical, its characters tend to lack depth. It’s a shame that I couldn’t emotionally connect with the people in this play, because they wrestle with meaningful, messy questions of identity. What does it mean to join a struggle for the right reasons? How important is it to stand by your convictions? Is political flexibility a good thing? In the end, can one person really make a difference?