Sylvia's "father" claims she is schizophrenic and takes her away from Truman.
An example of the subtle ways by which advertising is used in The Truman Show.
As Truman comes to accept the secret Sylvia revealed, he tests the limits of what he can get away with and tries to escape Seahaven. Producers rush to explain the strange incidents to keep the truth hidden from Truman.
Viewers of The Truman Show, seen throughout the film, react to Truman's decision to leave the universe created around him.
As he is driving, Truman stumbles upon a frequency that was tracking his movements.
Truman uses one of his iconic catchphrases as he says a final goodbye to his neighbours.
The media Truman is exposed to is designed with a specific purpose in mind.
The film opens with interviews and credits from the 'reality' program, briefly introducing the concept of a TV show within a mov
A history of The Truman Show is presented before a rare interview with the show's creator, Christof, who argues, We accept the reality with which we are presented. Sylvia calls in during the interview and criticises the ethics of the show.
The film opens with interviews and credits from the 'reality' program, briefly introducing the concept of a TV show within a movie.
Truman's father, Kirk Burbank, appears to drown during a boating accident when Truman was still a young boy.
Christof fails to let Truman get in the way of powering ahead with his plans for a television first.
Truman has producers perplexed as to how he escape the constant gaze of the hidden cameras.
Truman pretends to remain ignorant of the truth and goes through the motions of a normal day. Contrasting camera angles and effects create the impression he is under surveillance.
Truman Burbank falls in love with Lauren when he meets her in the library. She is forced off the set after she reveals she is an actor named Sylvia and he is the unwitting star of a TV show.
Astrid reminds Hiccup that his "differences" have led to his greatest achievements, reminding him to be brave and trust himself. The young recruits join forces to help Hiccup to rescue Toothless. At the nest, Stoick the Vast realises he's been a fool. Together, Astrid, Snotlout, Ruffnut, Tuffnut, Fishlegs, Toothless and the other dragons work together to save everyone from a colossal red death dragon.
Hiccup is more brains than brawn, a smart, funny and savvy kid desperately looking to prove himself to his father, Stoick the Vast. While the villagers, who tower over Hiccup in height and girth, battle the dragons destroying their crops, Hiccup is relegated to the blacksmithing workshop. Once alone, Hiccup takes his newly invented weapon outside and attempts to take down the most feared dragon of them all, a night fury. Things don't entirely go to plan, and his father admonishes him publicly.
Realising Toothless is in danger if he can't fly, Hiccup uses his creative intelligence to forge his new friend a prosthetic caudal fin. When testing the device, Hiccup distracts the dragon with a basket of fish and a smoked eel, learning the dragon is scared of eel. Hiccup uses this new knowledge during training, much to the amazement of everyone. Hiccup continues to learn more about dragon behaviour through he interactions with Toothless.