It's 1938 and the world is on the brink of World War II. An aristocratic German Jew, who has fled Nazi Germany, arrives in Geneva asking for help. A pretty young secretary (Begonia Brown), left to run the International Committee for Peace office alone, writes a letter to the League of Nations. So begins Geneva. Eventually, Hitler, Franco and Mussolini all converge on Geneva for a peace trial to state their case. Don't miss this rarely seen comedy from the imagination of the one and only George Bernard Shaw.