David Hare | Literature Criticism Critical Review by Suzanne Moore

This literature criticism consists of approximately 4 pages of analysis & critique of David Hare.
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Critical Review by Suzanne Moore

SOURCE: “Fatal Fantasies,” in New Statesman & Society, June 9, 1989, pp. 43-4.

In the following unfavorable review of Paris by Night, Moore discusses Hare's portrayal of right-wing women and sexual difference.

Democracy works in mysterious ways. So mysterious in fact that in the week that we are supposed to elect our EuroMPs, most of us don’t have a clue about which of this faceless bunch of bureaucrats is supposed to represent us. But if my EuroMP looked like Charlotte Rampling I think I’d remember her.

In David Hare’s new film Paris by Night she plays such a creature. As Clara Paige, up and coming darling of the right, she is an ambitious EuroMP who appears to have it all. Her political philosophy is as immaculate as her clothes. Her image is of...

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