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The play reveals that the real powers facilitating the talks in Norway, doing all the practical stuff, everything from codewords, cover-up operations and security to ordering the whisky and the waffles, were Terje Rod-Larsen (Toby Stephens, amusingly uncool), an idealistic big shot in some research institute, with experience of ‘conflict management’, and his diplomat wife Mona (Lydia Leonard, an expert in smoothing feathers).
The structure of the piece errs on the side of repetition: in scene after scene the Palestinians rage against occupation, the Israelis about terrorism, and after lots of shouting, tiny steps forward are made before someone stomps off.
he just took the hint when she bent over and stuck a finger up her ass!
She loved it, moaning with pleasure and spreading her cheeks to take it deep.
Several times leaked information throws a spanner in the works.
Terry Johnson’s funny, poignant and splendidly illuminating piece, which he also directs, is a celebration of Cardiff’s mastery of illusion through his use of his glass prism that enabled him to split light in order to make movie stars shine their brightest.
Especially when martial arts-trained Mia is taunting them over their walkie talkies.