It's kind of scary how well the political, militant and public relations between the US and UK government works when represented by a gay male couple. Let's be honest, we all made Bush/Blair jokes during those dark days but Churchill's approach to the subject really gives it a brutal honesty I've never seen before. It's a tough play to read because of the inter-connecting dialogue but I imagine it would work wonderfully when performed. One man's sentence almost seamlessly blends with the others to the point where you don't who whose words are which, much in the same way our foreign policies began to mirror. Your mileage may vary on your opinions regarding the portrayals but it is a fascinating glimpse into the idea of being so in love yet becoming increasingly disillusioned not with a man but with an idea.