This Film as Text article, aimed at senior secondary students of English and Media, focuses on the complex and inspiring ideas in Weir's film. Thomas and Gillard examine the question of television 'reality' and different models and possibilities contained in the narrative structure of The Truman Show. They also investigate the 'prophetic' role of the film in taking one of the most popular television formats to its logical extreme.
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