Truman Movie Analysis

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Day in and day out anyone following the same routine, as if life is scripted will lead to a boring, uneventful, and almost depressing existence. Such is the case with Truman Burbankis. Having the same schedule everyday gets boring for Truman after a while and he wants adventure in his life. Truman has always held onto the thought of his first love, Sylvia, and he wants to travel to see her. What Truman doesn’t know however is that he was an unwanted pregnancy and he was chosen to become the main character of a reality television show that began at the beginning of his life. He has been recorded every day of his life for a show that is broadcasted to millions, and every person who surrounds Truman’s life is really just an actor. One strange …show more content…
As soon as Truman is consciously aware that something is up, it pulls at him internally until he finds out the truth. His entire existence has been a lie, and now he has a choice in what path he will take for his future. The adventure he is seeking, the feeling of what it means to live, are finally achievable if he leaves. There are pros and cons that will effect if he stays on the show after knowing the truth or if he leaves. If Truman leaves, he will be disappointing thousands of viewers. Also all of the producers, actors, and technicians will be out of a job. These however are the smaller problems, problems that will bother Truman, but won’t effect as much as the matter that he will have to start over. Truman will have to reestablish a life for himself and learn what living really means. He will have to struggle, find a real job, and go through the day to day problems every person faces. The fairly uneventful life, and the problem’s that could be fixed by rewriting the script will be over, but for once Truman would be thrown to the wolves and asked to do everything on his own. With the cons come the pros. Truman would for once have full control of his life and his decisions. Truman would be able to seek the adventure he has been lacking for so long. Truman talks about adventure and having this freedom, and he could have all of that if he left the show. Truman could

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