The Truman Show

The Truman Show burst onto our screens in 1998. Directed by Peter Weir, the film stars Jim Carrey in the lead role of Truman Burbank. Truman has lived an ordinary life with nothing untoward happening. But what he isn’t aware of is the fact that he is living inside a giant television show. Nothing in his life is real. He is followed constantly by cameras, and everyone in his life is played by an actor.

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It is an extreme use of what is otherwise useful technology. CCTV Worcester companies such as supply their customers with cameras that can help to keep them and their possessions safe.

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The film is categorised as a psychological, satirical comedy, and there are certainly lots of laughs throughout the storyline. As is inevitable in a story of this kind, Truman begins to realise that not everything is as it seems. The difficulty is proving what is occurring, and Truman finds his plans thwarted at every turn. Ultimately the show’s producers don’t want him to figure out what is happening.

Eventually, after figuring out that the entire town is a stage set up, Truman sets out to sail across the fake ocean and free himself from the only life that he has known. It is a film that is still enjoyed by people today, almost 30 years after its first screening.

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