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Son of Anarchy

British playwright and filmmaker Martin McDonagh takes dark, comic aim at American police brutality in Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri





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IN 1994, A 24 – YEAR – OLD UNEMPLOYED Londoner named Martin McDonagh sat down and wrote seven plays in just a year. Six were set in the stark terrain of Connemara and its nearby islands, the rural area of western Ireland where his parents were born. The seventh play takes place in a future dictatorship, where secret police interrogate a playwright after a madman begins committing the gruesome acts of child torture described in his work.

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