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Analysis of the Film "Primary Colors" with John Travolta.

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1) How is the American political system portrayed in the film?

2) Is the portrayal realistic? In what ways is it and is it not?

3) Was the ending expected? What might have been an alternative ending that would have fit?

4) Is there a bias or slant to the film?

5) What do the filmmakers want the public to take away from the film?

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1) How is the American political system portrayed in the film?

The American political system is depicted in this film as highly human, extremely complex, definitely corrupt system, but it also shown with good intentions. I see it as a merger between good fused with evil!

2) Is the portrayal realistic? In what ways is it and is it not?

In terms of Stanton's character, he is portrayed as quite a philanderer but also charming with immense public appeal, almost a carbon copy of former President Clinton, so I deem it as highly realistic--art intimidating life!

3) Was the ending expected? ...

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Personal notes and reactions are generated to specify how the American political system is portrayed in the film.

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