"Truman Show" as an Allegory for Our Time
"The Truman Show" (1998), a film written by Andrew Niccol and directed by Peter Weir, is a dark comedy that can be viewed as an allegory for our time. The narrative concerns Truman Burbank (Jim Carrey), who is adopted at birth by a giant corporation. Truman is then raised on a huge sound stage, and everyone in his world, relatives, friends, the people on the street, are actors playing a specific role.
His life is broadcast live, 24 hours a day, The whole "monstrous fabrication" is paid for by advertising that is surreptitiously hidden in the dialogue by the actors (Sharpe 121). …
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