The film The Truman Show is about a man, Truman Burbank, and his life. His life is filmed from birth 24/7 and his life can be viewed 24/7 on television by anyone who has a TV. Truman is completely unaware of his life being filmed. For his life to be filmed the way it is, he lives in a small community that is built for him. He lives in a rather large studio building that can be seen from space on an island in the building. The building was created for the purpose of filming his life with over 5000 cameras around in the studio. Inside this studio, is a community on an island surrounded by water and some land. Truman has never left this land because he was afraid of water. During the film, Truman recounts his actions with a girl that he met in the past and wanted to find, her name in the show was Lauren, but her real name was Sylvia. Sylvia watches The Truman Show to see what happens to Truman and she felt it wasn’t right to exploit his life the way that it was. In Truman’s search for Sylvia, he realizes that not everything is perfect. He notices the same people and cars circling his neighborhood, along with his wife explaining products for no reason. When he tries to escape from his world, he is stopped every way that he tries even when he faces his fear and tries to sail away. He finds that he is locked in this studio, and he finds his way out through a door on the side. The creator says he will never find a decent life in the real world, that his world that he created is the best to live in. As Truman walks out, he says the line he says every morning to his neighbors; “Good morning, and in case I don't see ya, good afternoon, good evening, and good night!” Questions and Answers:
Question 1: How was “the marketing profession” portrayed… in a positive light, negative light, neutral, etc?
The marketing profession is portrayed extensively throughout the film and the show that the film is depicting. The Truman Show gets its money...
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