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True Beliefs and The Truman Show | Come Reason’s Apologetics Notes

October 20, 2017

“…We can see the value of true beliefs by watching The Truman Show. In Peter Weir’s film, Jim Carrey plays Truman Burbank, who had been adopted by a television company so they could film his every reaction to the scripted life they created. Truman is real, but he has grown up in a false world. Friends and family are scripted actors. His town is a gigantic soundstage with the capacity to manufacture weather and change night into day. Since Truman doesn’t realize that he’s being manipulated, he thinks he’s living in the real world. Yet something is gnawing at him. He senses that things in his little town of Seahaven are too perfect and yet too restricting. Living here is safe, but it isn’t living. Ultimately, Truman would rather die than not experience the greater reality of life in all its gritty messiness…”

Source: True Beliefs and The Truman Show | Come Reason’s Apologetics Notes

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