A man and his wife discover that their lives are secretly being videotaped and is a huge hit on a network television show.

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A man and his wife discover that their lives are secretly being videotaped and is a huge hit on a network television show.

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Is Day to Day Life at All Interesting?
5 July 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A man discovers (like in The Truman Show) that he is being covered by cameras every minute of every day and it is being broadcast all over the country. He is offended and works to get his privacy back. The thing is that there are all kinds of people dependent on this show, and there are even groupies who wait patiently to get a glimpse of the stars of the show. What is interesting is that because day to day life isn't always fascinating, there is some tweaking that goes on. That's at the center of what could have been a creative effort. Unfortunately, it's rather mundane and there is little suspense.


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