An insurance salesman discovers his whole life is actually a reality TV show.
“The Truman Show” is a film released in 1998, directed by Peter Weir and starring Jim Carrey as Truman Burbank. The movie is a satirical drama that explores themes of reality, identity, and the constructed nature of our world. Truman lives in a seemingly perfect, idyllic world that is, in fact, a giant television studio set, and his entire life is being broadcast to the world as a reality television show. As Truman begins to realize the truth about his world and the people in it, he must grapple with the consequences of living in a fabricated reality and make a choice about whether to continue living his life as a character in a TV show or to break free and discover the truth about himself and the world. “The Truman Show” was well-received by audiences and critics alike, and is considered a classic of modern cinema.