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Anything that makes people happy can't be bad, can it?
Using one man's moral decline to express the fate of an entire nation, GOOD is a devastating drama set in Germany in the 1930's. Starring Oscar-nominee Viggo Mortensen in a dazzling change-of-pace performance, the story centres around John Halder, an enlightened intellectual who gets swept up by the momentum of Hitler's rise to power.
Though basically a good human being, Halder has a number of personal and professional problems that are suddenly solved when he agrees to do a small service for a powerful political figure. Though no single action of Halder's is particularly harmful in and of itself, the accumulated effect of rendering a number of such services in exchange for a number of increasingly compromising rewards, takes its toll.
One day, this seemingly "good" man, wakes up to discover that, like countless other German citizens, he has become a Nazi.
Based on the acclaimed play by CP Taylor.
Jason Isaacs and Jodie Whittaker chat to BBC Films about working with Viggo Mortensen on the film about a good doctor in Nazi Germany.
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