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CRITICAL - Sylvain Creuzevault's adaptation of Dostoyevsky's last masterpiece is not orthodox - though - but highly pleasing. A great jubilant moment.

The Brothers Karamazov

, a great buffoonery?

The director Sylvain Creuzevault sees it this way and he is not wrong.

The titles of the chapters of the book are quite funny.

Two examples: “Confession of a fiery heart.

Upside down ”or even:“ A bit of a chat while having a little cognac ”.

Dostoevsky has been the director's infrequent companion for years.

Russian genius has soaked it.

He grasped its farce and its quintessence: innocence and guilt on the one hand, religion and the state on the other.

To discover

  • Service: book your tickets for Les Démons at the Comédie-Française at the Figaro ticket office

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The Demons

of Dostoyevsky, an ardent soul

Despite the three-twenty announced, we were not bored because we attended a very Karamazovian, highly flammable version of Dostoevsky's last main beam, a masterpiece of the noir novel full of noise and fury.

This is the story of the murder of Fyodor Karamazov (played by Nicolas Bouchaud, who boasts wonderfully), an unsavory type, a scumbag who does not lack pride,

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Source: lefigaro

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