George MacKay: ‘I find the development of morality fascinating’

“Therefore, you can unpick ideas in a way that you can’t with something that is happening right now. At what point do you step in, if something hasn’t happened yet and if you can’t efficiently legitimise your actions purely on just a feeling?” These pressing political themes give Munich: The Edge of War its modern sensibility, something that is expressed in MacKay’s performance of idealistic, if misguided, youthful energy. Is it personal day-to-day change? It’s a strange confession to hear from an early-career actor in an industry that awards showy…