Auschwitz survivor Primo Levi's humanistic account of his harrowing stay in Germany's most notorious prison camp is the subject of this play starring and adapted for the stage by Antony Sher and directed by Richard Wilson. The performance featured on this release was captured live at the Cottesloe Theater in London on September 30, 2004.
This crime drama revolves around Swedish disillusioned police detective named Kurt Wallander. In the picturesque and peaceful province of Skane in southern Sweden, the scruffy detective solves a series of engrossing murders and mysteries in his own quirky way. He struggles in his personal life, wherein he has to deal with an aging father slipping into dementia.