Eugene de Kock was a paid white political assassin nick-named "Prime Evil" for his crimes against anti-apartheid activists. While serving his two life sentences, black psychologist Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela went to interview him hoping to seek humanity and forgiveness within the government-sanctioned monster. The thought-provoking interogation moves from clinical to intimate in a cell where fear and compassion coexist.
"...quietly gripping...reveals in searing, sometimes heart-rending detail the atrocities committed by the South African police forces during the terrible years of apartheid." - The New York Times, Read More
"...scorching, vivid...This is not just two people. It is the old South Africa and the new South Africa. It is a test of them both, and of the limits – or not – of forgiveness and empathy." - The Guardian, Read More
"Wright's script...becomes more agonisingly taut with each new rvelation." - The Telegraph, Read More