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Author Rudyard Kipling and his wife search for their 18-year-old son after he goes missing during World War I.
David Haig's original play had a successful run at the Hampstead Theatre, London. It opened on October 13, 1997, with Haig as Kipling and Belinda Lang as Carrie. The pair revived the production in 2004 for a nationwide tour.
You see, we have built up a family - a family of nations - and it must be protected. That is why Jack must fight! To protect the family!
Elsie Kipling: You're protecting the wrong family, father.
Rudyard Kipling was a great flag waver (read his poem: 'The English Flag') yet in the scene where he announces the outbreak of WW1, the Great War, we see the Union Flag, on the podium in front of him, upside down, while all the others are correct.
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