Woody Allen lee a Dostoievski.

The article makes a comparison between two films of Woody Allen, Crimes and Misdemeanors and Match Point, and the fictional inter-text of Dostoyevsky. This author concludes that Woody Allen constructs a re-reading of the ethical problems derived from the atheism from which Dostoyevsky categorically...

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Main Author: Víquez Jiménez, Alí
Format: Artículo
Language: Español
Published: 2015
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Online Access: http://revistas.ucr.ac.cr/index.php/filyling/article/view/1121
http://hdl.handle.net/10669/14444
Summary: The article makes a comparison between two films of Woody Allen, Crimes and Misdemeanors and Match Point, and the fictional inter-text of Dostoyevsky. This author concludes that Woody Allen constructs a re-reading of the ethical problems derived from the atheism from which Dostoyevsky categorically separates himself, and although the Russian asserts that a moral order underlies the universe, Allen proposes that such order not only does not exist, but its absence demonstrates the nonexistence of God.