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Tyler Lively Geography 199 Lillis 175 Settings and Their Importance Movies have tried to portray every day life and the reality of actually living in a certain time or in a certain place. Movies and film have the opportunity to make fictional places seem real and the real places feel like they are just around the corner. Directors use different settings to base their films out of to generate a form of authenticity in their creation. Whether it is filming a movie in the heart of New York City or in the wide open plains of the wild-west, film makers use those places as a base for their movie to give their audience a sense of being there. In the movie Good Morning Vietnam, the director creates a sense of authenticity by first placing the movie in a jungle setting. The main character Adrian Cronauer (Robin Williams) is filmed in many different setting through out the movie. The first one that comes to mind would have to be inside of the radio
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booth. The objects that are placed around him and the other rooms that are near him create a sense of authenticity due to the fact that those objects make it feel like
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This note was uploaded on 04/11/2008 for the course GEOG 199 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at University of Oregon.

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