Does it matter that Truman’s experiences were real and honest, even if they were in response to the constructed reality around him?

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The Truman Show (1998) is about a man living in a completely constructed reality TV show. Everyone knows this except the main character, Truman Burbank, who eventually realizes something is wrong with his world and attempts to learn the truth.

This movie says a lot about perception. What and who determines what is real and what isn’t? Does it matter that Truman’s experiences were real and honest, even if they were in response to the constructed reality around him?

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