Comparing Brave New World 'And Gattaca'

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In today’s world, science and technology have played a major role with medical breakthroughs and the ease of instant communication, information, and transportation. But these developments come with a price, such as the loss of privacy, originality, and morality. Both Aldous Huxley, in his novel, Brave New World, and Andrew Niccol, in his film, Gattaca, warn that if we become too advanced, we may lose all privacy and individuality we now have. After witnessing the ways in which Brave New World London dehumanizes its citizens, John, the noble savage, rejects and rebels against a society he had once oped to embrace. John imagined Brave New World London as a utopia, a paradise in which all citizens are carefree and undismayed, but to his disturbance

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