Existentialism in Woody Allen’s ‘Crimes and Misdemeanors’

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    Type your papers at 1.5 or double-spaced line format. Use any established citation method (APA, Chicago Style, etc.) but be consistent. You should include a couple well-chosen quotes from our readings. And your paper should be 5 pages long. Can help me?

    Choose 1 of the following 3 options to write on. Type your papers at 1.5 or double-spaced line format. Use any established citation method (APA, Chicago Style, etc.) but be consistent. You should include a couple well-chosen quotes from our readings. And your paper should be 5-6 pages long.

    You can give a one paragraph summary of the whole film, but quickly get to the ethical episodes or characters you want to explore. Focus on one or two ethically salient episodes or characters, rather than trying to discuss the entire film and cast of characters.

    The goal of this paper is not for you to try to figure out what your teacher is ‘looking for’ or ‘wants to hear.’ The goal is for you to ‘do some philosophy’ yourselves. I am open to your interpretations as long as they are well reasoned and argued.

    1. Using Plato’s Republic, Books 2 and 9, analyze the Scorsese film Goodfellas. Incorporate some discussion of the Ring of Gyges.

    2. Using Jean Paul Sartre’s essay “Existentialism is a Humanism” analyze Woody Allen’s film Crimes and Misdemeanors. Focus on ethical choices, freedom, and consequences.

    3. Choose any ethical theory we’ve read and discussed in class, and apply it to some episodes/characters of the film Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri.

    choose a topic from those 3 and paper should be 5 pages


    i choosed number 2

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