The Truman Show

How is the looking glass self represented in the Truman show

Looking glass self through out the whole show

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The Looking Glass Self is the idea that our self-perception develops from our perception and appraisal of others. The audience watches Truman and evaluate their own lives comparative to Truman's. Truman's life becomes a sort of barometer for his or her own lives.