The Meaning of Life According to Monty Python

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Lionel Sims III The Meaning of Life According to Monty Python In the movie Monty Python’s the Meaning of Life , the board members of the satirical “Very Big Corporation of America” briefly discuss this topic with very little resolution, however the action and imagery of that scene in the movie lend much more to their true belief behind what the meaning of life might be. As the scene begins the inside of a conference room is shown and it’s soon revealed as the same set of events that took place earlier in the short film, but from the opposite point of view. This, instead was the Crimson Permanent Assurance ransack from the perspective of the very big corporation of America. Which in a way gives us the first point that I believe was meant to be understood by the audience. The meaning of life is almost completely relative. It may all be related to the same goal or end result in everyone (which I will get to later), but for the most part everyone has their own meaning to why they are here and why they continue on with their day to day activities. In the
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This essay was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course AM ST 141 taught by Professor Pickett,jonathan during the Fall '07 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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