The Truman Show

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The Truman Show
Directed by Peter Weir
Produced by Scott Rudin
Andrew Niccol
Edward S. Feldman
Adam Schroeder
Lynn Pleshette
Written by Andrew Niccol
Starring Jim Carrey
Laura Linney
Noah Emmerich
Natascha McElhone
Holland Taylor
Ed Harris
Philip Baker Hall
Music by Burkhard Dallwitz
Editing by William Anderson
Distributed by Paramount Pictures
Release date(s) October 9, 1998
Running time 99 minutes
Country United States
Language English

The Truman Show is a 1998 American comedy-drama movie. It is directed by Peter Weir and was written by Andrew Niccol. The main star of the movie is Jim Carrey. The movie is about a young man called Truman Burbank who lives in a fictional town called Seahaven. The whole town fits into a dome shape and Truman can be seen all over the world on television. He has been on the show since he was born. He was the one out of six unwanted babies to be in the show. He does not realise until later that the town he is living in is made-up. Christof is the creator of the show and some would call him a villain. He is in charge of making everything go right and cannot afford to lose Truman.

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