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" The Semiotics of Joe Dirt"
In the eyes of many, Joe Dirt is a classical laugh. A comedy produced by Columbia Pictures in 2001 about a boy whose parents abandoned him at the age of seven.When I happened to run across this adoption ad the other day it reminded me of this movie, but made me see it in a different way. Even though a hysterical movie, Joe Dirt can be dramatic if you look deep into the plot of the movie instead of all the comedy that surrounds it. When you compare this movie to an ad like the adoption one you wonder if they have feelings like Joe Dirt as well.
Joe Dirt was seven years old when his parents left him all by his lonesome at the Grand Canyon. He searched for the all day and seen they were nowhere to be found. The next day he pondered and pondered on his parent's disappearance and dedicated his life to finding them, knowing that they didn't leave him on purpose, did they?
Joe was a little different than the average smoe. Always happy, he lived life one day at a time. He attended a boy's home until the age of twelve because he couldn't survive on his own. He left that place a soon as he could after everyone started bullying him around in a desperate search for his parents.
He would camp the forests and live secluded because he wasn't warmly welcomed in society. Early one morning he topped this hill he had been hiking for a while too see a place that would change his life forever, Silvertown. There he met Brandy, his life long love. She was a beautiful woman who appreciated Joe's kind and harmless ways.
Unable to see that Brandy had feelings for him he continued his search for his parents vowing never to give up. He found himself at radio station for a while working as a janitor. One day he bumped into a guy that had a radio show. The guy was so amazed at Joe's appearance he brought him into his show to talk to him. At this time Joe was in his early twenties…