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    On the surface, The Truman Show is an entertaining drama of a heartless human experiment. But if you look a bit deeper many thought-provoking questions arise: What is freedom? Are you still free if you are being manipulated and controlled by others? How do you become truly free? As the main character, Truman Burbank, confronts these questions, the writers invite the viewer to ponder the meaning of freedom, the effects of manipulation and the steps to discovering true freedom. Freedom can be described

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    Dystopian Comparisons

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    In the Book A Clockwork Orange, the short stories Harrison Burgeron, The Lottery and the movies Gattaca and the Truman Show by Anthony Burgess, Kurt Vonnegut, Shirly Jackson, Andrew Niccol and Peter Wier respectively. These pieces of literature(and cinematography) all have a society that controls and manipulates the individual or Protaganist. The society does this because it wants total control over both the individual and the society as a whole. A Clockwork Orange is futuristic look at England

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    Welcome to the Modernist Truman Show From John Wayne and the western motif to William Shatner and the science fiction motif, Hollywood has been obsessed with the notion of frontier, taking this notion from an American ideology that encourages men to forge ahead into the unknown. Often, though, it seems these men are more running away from society than really running to the unknown. And in The Truman Show, that is what Truman is truly doing- running to the unknown in order to escape the responsibilities

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    Confusion Between Public and Private Life on The Truman Show The Truman Show is about a man who has been living in Sea Haven his whole life, thinking that all is right, and that everything is in its right place, that his family, friends and co-workers care and cherish him for who is and respect him for what he has accomplished. But, everything is not what it seems, Truman is being controlled by a television company that has been watching him his whole life. In the beginning of the movie

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    Write down the newspaper article headlines and provide an analysis of each and how it assists in the control of truman. “Who needs Euro?” This newspaper article headline is talking about “Seahaven planet's top town.” This newspaper article could assist in the control of Truman by having him think that Seahaven is the perfect town and that there is nothing wrong in that town and if they are named planet's top town then he will think it is perfect and that nothing

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    Truman Burbank is on the air 24/7, and is unaware. His whole life has been turned into a reality soap opera. He begins to question what is really going on. The Truman Show film was quite an interesting film to me. As I was watching I began to think about my world and how it has shaped me to be the person I am today. I began to ponder about my environment, the people in my life, and my own worldview and understanding. The character Christof had a huge influence on the way Truman saw everything in

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    The Truman Show

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    The Truman Show is a movie about a man who is held captive inside a world that revolves around him. Truman Burbank, the main character has been raised on a huge TV Soundstage filled with hidden cameras and actors who pretend to be his friends and family. This world is one where he is literally trapped in his own life by the surreal existence in which he has been forced to spend every day of his thirty years. Since the day he was born Truman Burbank's life was controlled from a huge control panel

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    "The Truman Show" and Hierophonic Visions The Truman Show depicts the life of a human that was adopted by a company and filmed all his life. His life had been broadcast all around the world and people everywhere have lived his life with him. The story starts with the main character, Truman, an adult and married now, leaving for work. It follows his day by day routine and the viewer quickly realizes how boring and mundane this man's life is. The hierophonic vision in the movie was the smile of the

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    You walk up to the bookshelf and grab a book. Flipping through the pages you glance through the book and place it back on the shelf. You know what you picked up was a book, how it felt, and how it was supposed to look. Or do you? It could just be a trick being played on you by your own senses. What if everything that you can touch, see, taste, smell, and hear is all a cruel trick being played on you by your own body? How can you tell if something is real if you cannot trust your own senses? Having

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