The Truman Show (1998)

Good Afternoon, Good Evening, and Good Night

Truman (Jim Carrey) is confused by a lighting rig that falls from the sky, but the radio announcer provides an easy explanation.

Directed by Peter Weir.

Released in 1998 by Paramount.

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  • character-type: Twin
  • character-type: Neighbor
  • character-type: Good Guy
  • action: Greet
  • action: Fall
  • action: Drive
  • editors-choice: Iconic Lines
  • primary-genre: Comedy
  • primary-genre: Drama
  • secondary-genre: Spoofs and Satire
  • secondary-genre: Comedy
  • secondary-genre: Showbiz Dramas
  • mood: Feel-Good
  • mood: Funny
  • prop: Briefcase
  • prop: Light
  • prop: Dog
  • prop: Magazine
  • setting: Driveway
  • setting: Town
  • setting: Car
  • theme: Manipulation
  • theme: Innocence
  • actor: Ted Raymond
  • actor: Ron Taylor
  • actor: Don Taylor
  • actor: Jim Carrey
  • actor: Mal Jones
  • director: Peter Weir
  • producer: Lynn Pleshette
  • producer: Andrew Niccol
  • producer: Scott Rudin
  • producer: Edward S. Feldman
  • producer: Richard Luke Rothschild
  • cinematographer: Peter Biziou
  • composer: Burkhard von Dallwitz
  • editor: William M. Anderson
  • production-designer: Dennis Gassner
  • role-name: Truman Burbank
  • role-name: News Vendor
  • role-name: Spencer
  • role-name: Ron
  • role-name: Don
  • screenwriter: Andrew Niccol
  • year: 1998
  • studio: Paramount