“Power minds its language - its fatigues tailored from satin, its butchery smothered by propriety.”
Based on true events, a young Fernand Iveton’s bomb plot is foiled. He didn’t aim to maim; only sabotage. Tortured for names. Tried in a day and sentenced to death.
Told in a third-person stream of consciousness, at times poetic or matter-of-fact, Tomorrow They Won’t Dare to Murder Us puts the words back in their rightful place to create a work that is political, yet reflective.