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It opens in Morocco, swerves to New York and ends up in the cool amoral vacuity familiar to fans of Patricia Highsmith’s Ripley novels.
‘WHO IS MAUD DIXON?’ IN THIS INVENTIVE THRILLER, YOU’LL BE TURNING THE PAGES TO FIND OUTMAUREEN CORRIGANAPRIL 2, 2021WASHINGTON POST
It’s understandable if the creators wanted to avoid imposing too much political significance on the actions of an amoral sadist.
NETFLIX’S SERIAL KILLER DRAMA THE SERPENT IS NIHILISTIC MURDER PORN IN PRESTIGE TRUE-CRIME PACKAGINGJUDY BERMANMARCH 26, 2021TIME
The Russos’ gallows bonhomie could be a conscious or subconscious nod to Danny Boyle’s Trainspotting, the rare junkie movie that does work, offsetting heroin-use horrors with the right amount of amoral energy.
IN CHERRY, A TROUBLED VETERAN TURNS TO DRUGS AND CRIME. EVERYONE—INCLUDING THE AUDIENCE—SUFFERSSTEPHANIE ZACHAREKMARCH 12, 2021TIME
Such power must first be accumulated for amoral reasons before it can be used for moral reasons.
GEORGE SHULTZ SHOWED U.S. FOREIGN POLICY IS STRONGEST WHEN WE COMBINE REALISM AND HUMAN RIGHTSROBERT D. KAPLANFEBRUARY 9, 2021TIME
A hum of understanding and approval ran through the court; the intellect is profoundly amoral.
OSCAR WILDE, VOLUME 1 (OF 2)FRANK HARRIS
Iago has been described as immoral; he does not seem to me to be immoral, but amoral, as the intellect always is.
THE MAN SHAKESPEAREFRANK HARRIS
Without a grounding in praxis, the content and activity of nursing science becomes amoral and meaningless.
NURSING AS CARINGANNE BOYKIN
At one end were the amoral characters whose excesses became steadily worse as the situation blackened.
THE ARMED FORCES OFFICERU. S. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
In all these encounters, Krishna shows himself completely amoral, achieving his ends by the very audacity of his means.
THE LOVES OF KRISHNA IN INDIAN PAINTING AND POETRYW. G. ARCHER
It was cholera time; the great amoral city was indifferent to everything else.
CAYBIGANJAMES HOPPER

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