Focus Questions The Truman Show Existential Themes 1.

Focus Questions The Truman Show Existential Themes 1. How is the producers statement at the beginning existential?

2. How is Trumans statement at the beginning existential? 3. What other themes are clearly represented by the statements given in the exposition? Focus Questions

The Truman Show Existential Themes 1.What seems symbolic about Trumans first name, and how

could that be existential? 2. What is the name of the town in which Truman lives and how is it symbolic? Focus Questions

The Truman Show Archetypal Symbols 1.Archetypal symbols are universal symbols that have the same meaning

for all people throughout all time. Focus Questions The Truman Show

Archetypes 1.The moon is an archetypal symbol of womanhood 2.Water is an archetypal symbol of rebirth, forgiveness of sin, and/or the

unknown Focus Questions The Truman Show Focus Questions

1.How are the producers of the show attempting to define and control Truman? 2.How is Truman attempting to exert the existential theme of authenticity?

Focus Questions The Truman Show Focus Questions 1.How is the How is it

going to end? button an existential question and what theme does it represent? Focus Questions

The Truman Show Focus Questions 1.How is the existential theme of absurdity reflected in Laurens

dads actions and words at the beach? Focus Questions The Truman Show

Focus Questions 1.What is Truman noticing about his existence in Sea Haven? 2.Trumans stopping of the bus represents which existential theme?

Focus Questions The Truman Show Focus Questions

1. What did Truman notice about Meryls fingers in their wedding photo? 2. What existential themes do the signs represent in the travel agency? 3. What existential themes is Truman experiencing more and more?

Focus Questions The Truman Show Focus Questions 1.What does the bridge

archetypally and existentially represent for Truman? 2.Whats existentially absurd about Trumans conversation with Meryl in the kitchen? Focus Questions

The Truman Show Focus Questions 1. When Truman says, I feel the whole world revolves around me, how is that existential?

2. Archetypally and existentially why must Marlen and Trumans conversation take place on that incompleted bridge? Focus Questions

The Truman Show Focus Definition 1. Fog is an archetype that represents the unknown, the

mysterious, or our fears. Focus Questions The Truman Show

Focus Question 1.Why does Trumans reunion with his father have to take place on the fog engulfed bridge? 2.How is Christof a god-like symbol?

Focus Questions The Truman Show Focus Question 1. When Christof says, "We

accept the reality of the world with which we are presented, how is that existential and what existential theme does it clearly represent? Focus Questions

The Truman Show Focus Questions 1. How is Sea Haven a metaphorical cell and what existential theme

does it represent? 2. What does Trumans Come in Major Burbank scene represent, and what does that ones for free mean in relationship to his existence? Focus Questions

The Truman Show Focus Questions 1. From an archetypal perspective, what significance does Truman

moving into the basement have? 2.Truman leaving the basement represents which archetypal symbol and existential theme? Focus Questions

The Truman Show Focus Question 1.When Truman screams Is this the best you can do to Christof, what existential theme does it

represent? 2.When Truman survives the tidal wave and storm, what existential point has he reached? Focus Questions

The Truman Show Focus Definition 1.Storms archetypally represent a persons inner turmoil and struggles with existence.

2. Lightening represents the anger or displeasure of the gods with humans existence or an individuals sudden enlightenment. Focus Questions

The Truman Show Focus Questions 1.When Truman walks on water what symbol does it represent? 2. How is Trumans conversation

with Christof existential, and what existential questions does he ask him? Focus Questions The Truman Show

Focus Questions 1.When Truman leaves the set of Sea Haven, which way is the door positioned and what archetypal significance

does it represent? Focus Questions The Truman Show Focus Questions

1. Ultimately, what existential theme does Truman achieve upon leaving the set of Sea Haven, and what existential themes did he have to go through to achieve it?

The End The Truman Show

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