Another late movie recommendation! I am always behind in movies. Kanopy recommended to me Experimenter, a 2015 movie with Peter Sarsgaard and Winona Ryder and the answer to your pressing question: "Where has Anthony Edwards been?" That's right, Dr. Greene, or Goose, or Gilbert, is still a working actor. The movie is based on the true story of Dr. Stanley Milgram and his controversial experiments starting in 1961 at Yale testing if people would willingly deliver electric shocks to another person. Testing to see how far the subjects obedience to the experiment/authority would go. An experiment to help understand how people suspend their ethics to obey authority - think Nazis at a concentration camp.
I thought Lewis had a great quote in The Screwtape Letters. He does mention how today's evil is done by men in starched collars with clean, trimmed fingernails and that is why he had Hell set in a government/big business/office/bureaucracy.
I also thought of Mark Studdock in That Hideous Strength.
"This was the first thing Mark had been asked to do which he himself, before he did it, clearly knew to be criminal. But the moment of his consent almost escaped his notice; certainly, there was no struggle, no sense of turning a corner. There may have been a time in the world's history when such moments fully revealed their gravity, with witches prophesying on a blasted heath or visible Rubicons to be crossed. But, for him, it all slipped past in a chatter of laughter, of that intimate laughter between fellow professionals, which all earthly powers is strongest to make men do very bad things before they are yet, individually, very bad men."
found towards the end of part 3, in chapter 6
I am not quite sure the quote fits with the theme of the movie, I may be forcing it. But, I wanted to recommend the movie. If you can think of a better Lewis quote, please share.