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Its a split Harrison Bergeron is a mildly bad movie but if you take to mind that this is a low budget TV film - it wasnt so bad The movie was a mildly successful portray based on the short story by Kurt Vonnegut Directed by Bruce Pitman and written by Arthur Krim Bruce Pittman presents a story based on a short story by Kurt Vonnegut in a simple but powerful way The idea of men becoming truly equal is one with its pros and cons and with Harrison Bergeron Bruce Pittman examines both the pros and cons True when everyone is pretty much the same there is no jealousy no crime and no conflict But would you accept this at the cost of losing art music and almost all forms of self-expression In the movie handicaps are issued to every person preventing them from surpassing average intelligence therefore creating a truly egalitarian society where no man is better than the other Harrison Bergeron played by Sean Astin is a young boy born with an exceptional mind one which no handicap could control On a visit to the doctor Harrison is recruited by an elite group of intelligent men who secretly control the media politics and help keep everything the way it is Once Harrison finds out what pleasures this organization is denying man kind Harrison takes it to heart to create a third world revolution The acting in this movie was more or less good but not great For the most part the actors did a very good job in playing their roles but there were scenes where I found it hard to believe the importance of the subject matter For the special effects I found them to be almost horrible the cars and houses almost all looked like toys and the futuristic jump suits worn by the elite group of leaders all looked ridiculously played out In conclusion the movie
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