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David Petroni 3/22/18 RTVF80 Media Critique Outline Introduction Attention getter ("open with impact”): Some might say that the way we live now with technology is detrimental to the future of humanity and is leading to enslavement. Relate topic to the audience: Ever wondered what it’d be like be like to live with advertisements constantly invading your privacy? Thesis (preview of evaluation): The episode “Fifteen Million Merits” shows the tragic love story in a dystopia future of lost screen-bound workers stuck powering the multileveled technological prison they contribute to. Body I. Tragedy strikes Bing and Abi as they navigate a crippling experience of humanity stuck in their entrapment they call home. A. Rooms have four walls of screens that are visually monitored B. Spend their day earning coin while cycling and powering technology C. Tried to start a relationship but torn apart by gameshow II. There are patterns and themes that go on to show how these characters are trapped in an unsupportive environment not meant for growth.
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