Murrow then decides to fight back with fire and report what he feels was lies portrayed by Mc Carthy hearings.
CBS has captured, in the minds of the public, the spite of Mc Carthy’s investigative tactics.
The “Mechanical Hound” is out to search for him, but Montag gets away without the hound finding him.
At the end of the novel, bombs are dropped and destroys the entire city.
Montag finds himself without a wife and home, traveling with a walking camp, and memorizing books until the day the world rediscovers them.
Good Night, and Good Luck, is an Academy Award nominated 2005 film directed by George Clooney.Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury is a thought of an insight into what our future may become. The events in Fahrenheit 451 are seen through the eyes of the main character, a fireman named Guy Montag.This novel illustrates that happiness and complete ignorance are not the same thing.In looking at censorship in Fahrenheit 451, Bradbury sends a direct message showing readers what can happen if they allow the government to take control of what they do or do not read, watch, and discuss.For example, the government in Fahrenheit 451 has taken control and demanded that books be given the harshest measure of systematic destruction by burning.The message of control is also presented in the movie Good Night, and Good Luck.Mc Carthy uses the power of office to control the freedom of speech.Montag feels that everything has no meaning, his life, wife, and job.He realizes this when he meets up with a neighbor, Clarisse Mc Clellan, the one that opens his mind to the world.It takes place during the early days of broadcast journalism in 1950’s America.It records the real life conflict between television newsman Edward Murrow and Senator Joseph Mc Carthy and the Sub-committee on Investigations.