1st point - Truman’s captivity was for the entertainment of millions if not billions of adoring fans. However Winston’s captivity was for political reasons.
1st point - they were both being held against the will during at least one point in their story. 2nd point - they were both always being watched. They couldn’t do anything without everyone knowing about it. 3rd point - they both ended up at the end of the story ended up being left alone. Truman got to leave and Winston got to drink gin. Everyone left them alone at the end of the story.
The Truman Show is a movie about a man whose whole life from birth to middle adulthood was recorded and played on live on either national or world television. In contrast 1984 was a novel, much more explicit, and featured an older, but not too old, man, a young woman, and some horrible and disgusting acts of violence and lewdness. There are also similarities between the two. In The Truman Show
A utopia is a seemingly perfect world, with happiness, honesty, equality, and peace. Although in the novel, 1984, by George Orwell, and the film The Truman Show, directed by Peter Wier, the readers and viewers are presented with a negative utopian society. A negative utopian society is a perfect world that somewhere has gone wrong. The controllers in the novel and film succeeded in achieving complete control and power, which was their attempt to make the ideal society. Each controller has a different threat, in 1984 it is association while in the film, The Truman Show, it is separation from the outside world.
In George Orwell's 1984, the ruling body, known as the Inner party, gains complete control over the people in their country. In all the homes, apartments, business offices, and town squares, there are telescreens. The telescreens give the ruling body the ability to invade the people's privacy, and create fear into their lives. The ruling body of 1984 is afraid of unionization...
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