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JIM IS COMING BACK HOME!

The Truman Show @ Albert Campbell Square
Screens with Living Stars

Screening Time: 8pm
Location: Albert Campbell Square (150 Borough Drive by Scarborough Civic Centre)

FREE & OPEN

(Weather Permitting – Check social media/website for updates)


Albert Campbell Square - Truman Show - page 13Jim Carry is coming back home! At least on our outdoor screen. A night at the movies in the heart of Scarborough filled with sounds of music, giveaways, tasty foods and great cinematic stories for all to enjoy. Join us as we present one of the most acclaimed works starring Scarborough native, Jim Carrey, The Truman Show. The film which was way ahead of its time, showcasing the obsession of reality TV genre, and to an extant foresaw the constant “eye” that is watching us with social media and internet connectivity, making all of us Truman Burbank.

Bring your family and call your friends! Bring your blankets and chairs and popcorn to enjoy the show!


Truam show 2 page 13THE TRUMAN SHOW
Release Year: 1998
Runtime: 103
Directed by: Peter Weir
Country/Language: USA / English

Jim Carrey stars as Truman Burbank, an insurance adjuster who is the most famous face on television, only he doesn’t know it. He is the unwitting star of a nonstop, 24-hour-a-day documentary soap opera. Every moment of his life has been filmed by hidden cameras and broadcast to worldwide audiences. His friends, his family, everyone around him is an actor. He is a prisoner in a made-for-TV paradise, and this is the story of his escape.

 

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LIVING STARS
Release Year: 2014
Runtime: 63
Directed by: Mariano Cohn, Gaston Duprat
Country: Argentina

A documentary feature envisioned to be watched on your feet, even dancing. The film recycles and redefines the aesthetic concept of the TV program Televisión Abierta in order to create a social picture from an almost anthropological outlook. It is about more than 50 people dancing in their own homes, one right after the other, in some sort of human endless loop that depicts a social universe with mordant complexity and tenderness.


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