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Comparison Analysis of Gattaca and 1984

Summary: The film Gattaca and George Orwell's novel 1984 share many similarities yet they have a vast amount of differences. Although Gattaca and 1984 have both dystopian societies they aren't the same form of dystopia as the societies within them strive for a utopian lifestyle for their people their own way. The world of Gattaca tries to accomplish a utopia using genetic engineering as the totalitarian party of 1984 believes it can do this by having total supremacy and control over its people.
The film Gattaca and George Orwell's novel 1984 share many similarities yet they have a vast amount of differences. Gattaca is a futuristic science fiction film which has a dystopian society; it also addresses many other moral debates. The novel 1984 has a well divided social class system as does Gattaca, it is also a perspective of the future of 1984 from the time it was written, 1949. Both these worlds aren't as safe and assuring as the world we take for granted, yet both aren't farfetched to becoming the future of the modern world.

These texts have obvious dystopian societies within them. Andrew Niccol and George Orwell intentionally made it clear to the audience that their texts are full with dystopian characteristics. In Gattaca, this is evident due to two main reasons and they are, law enforcement agencies are well documented upon within the film as is the fact that an...

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