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    were being displayed on camera for all to see, demonstrating a rapid progression in the acceptance of sexual acts over time in the film industry. Over time, a change has occurred in the regulation of content of American movies, signaling the collapse of governmental censorship. In the span of only five years, the government’s morality policy shifted so dramatically so as to allow even more mature content, having a powerful influence on the public (Brisbin, 16). Kirby Dick’s “This Film Not Yet Rated” highlights the unfair hierarchical value system of the American film censorship system, which reinforces traditional societal attitudes towards sexuality, and goes through unnamed sources to remove parental control over a child’s media consumption. In considering the progression of societal attitudes surrounding sexuality, the media continues to portray sexuality in a light far behind its times.…

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    One of the objectives of this research is to develop a tool in Java programming language. Following the stated objective, CBPTT was developed in Java language and integrated using the NetBeans IDE 8.0.2 software. In order to show how pairwise combination strategy and constraints strategy was implemented in CBPTT let consider the example illustrated in Table 1.1. There are three parameters with quantity of 2, 3 and 3. These parameters are input as string which is presented as {2,3,3}. From this…

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    Had I left the room without saying so much as a word, I would be no better than those who inhabited the room. However, should I haven chosen to be like my uncle, I would be better than them. Yet, in a certain sense I would be less than them. My “goal” was a spring in the north, calming at times but irritating at others. It had been a weeks time since my birthday, my uncle’s gift to me was not some mere object. No it was more profound, insightful, and meaningful, something that impacted me and…

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    1. Canadian films have long been compared to American films and described in the sense of being “not American”. There have been many ways we historically separate Canadian films from American films, and it has mostly been through showing the differences between the two. Canadian films, historically, must have Canadian elements to be considered uniquely Canadian. This could mean Canadian actors, a Canadian director, Canadian funding, or, most prominently, a Canadian setting. Specifically, as Jim…

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    Collective memory describes stories, artifacts, food, drink, and many other things that connect shared groups, but in Landreth’s film, Larkin is the form of memory the ties and binds people together. Viewers see parts of Larkins past and relationships with former girlfriend Felicity, and his friend Derek as they add their own experiences. “Ryan” is a film about the shift between objective reality and the analysis of human thought in an emotional and psychological study. Larkin and his works,…

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    The search for the real world is never fulfilled until it has been experienced by the individual. The modification in the surrounding and the environment one is born into is never easy to change because they are more comfortable in that situation. Similar scenarios have been depicted in Allegory of the cave and The Truman show. Allegory of the cave is a theory of Plato, who is a well-known philosopher in human perception. The theory talks about the disputable idea which many do not understand.…

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    Is privacy a thing of the past? Has communicating over the internet replaced human connection? Mae, the protagonist in the Dave Eggers novel The Circle, discovers how different her life can be without privacy after beginning work for the large internet company the Circle. Truman, of Peter Weir’s The Truman Show, a man whose whole life has been set up, captured and broadcast for the whole world to see, also discovers his lack of privacy and tries to put an end to it. Mae does not find her life to…

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    viewing of this movie as it is allows a certain sort of pleasure to enter into the city that can ultimately deteriorate from the good of the soul. The first reason why a viewing of The Truman Show would be permitted in Socrates’ regime is that it illuminates a world that would otherwise be lost in the darkness of ignorance. This ignorance is not of the stereotypical haughty, arrogant man, but of one that is not educated. In The Truman Show, Truman Burbank is ignorant of what is going on around…

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    In the movie, The Truman Show, a lot of the main concepts were shown throughout the entire movie. One concept that was shown was the Allegory of the Cave by Plato. The movie uses the allegory to start the basis of the movie. Another main thing is the perception of things and how they can be manipulated. Lastly, the movie talks about the nature of reality on if a person’s reality is true or fake. All these concepts were used to show just how much you can affect a person’s “reality” from birth…

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    In the movie The Truman Show, the main character, Truman Burbank, is unknowingly the star of a 30 year long reality show about his own life. It all takes place under a giant dome and Truman’s boundaries are hidden from him. Truman has no clue he is living inside a television studio, surrounded by actors and cameras. 5,000 cameras are placed around the town of Seahaven, and are recording his life for a TV audience, 24 hours a day. As the movie progresses, Truman begins to suspect that his entire…

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