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Woody Allen

Woody Allen's comedy "Tod" sketches a situation that has become real in some cities of the Federal Republic: namely, that vigilante groups have formed, which presume to provide order in the place of the rule of law, order as they understand it. One can only be glad that German gun laws are not like those in the United States, remember Michael Moore's film "Bowling for Columbine," where people were given a rifle as a welcome gift after opening an account at a certain bank. This describes a social panic that has become second nature to many people, but Woody Allen's comic fortune convicts them of their own ridiculousness.



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