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Both Enemy of the State and 1984 are great peaces of work You can see that the authors and directors put a lot of effort in to them The author or 1984 is George Orwell He is well known for his literature especially Animal Farm which he wrote in 1945 and of course a great political novel 1984 which was published in 1949 In most of his writings Orwell wrote about politics In 1984 he tried to show what the world would look be under totalitarianism He was trying to get his point across that people should think for them selves and not let the government tell them what to eat when to sleep how to live who to hate and who to love The main character Winston Smith tries to rebel against the party because he doesnt believe in their rules he wants to have the right to say no and be able to have his own opinion In the book a term surveillance is used a lot People are always being watched and if they make a mistake they will be executed Enemy of The State is a political thriller with a lot of visual effects and really interesting story The main actors are Will Smith plays Robert Dean and Gene Hackman plays Brill The movie is directed by Tony Scot another really famous movie that he directed was Top Gun back in 1986 The movie is made with a lot of skill and care Their main concern is that everyone in this world is being watched and followed no matter where they are people can be listening to their conversation or watching what their doing It also concentrates on how much the government is more advanced in technology then the normal world Some devices that they use normal people dont even know about their existence The atmosphere in the book 1984 is really dirty and unsafe Orwell describes
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