The Truman Show
Directed by Peter Weir
Music by Philip Glass
Jim Carrey, Laura Linney, Noah Emmerich, Natascha McElhone, Holland Taylor, Brian Delate, Una Damon, Paul Giamatti, Philip Baker Hall, Peter Krause (I), John Pleshette, Heidi Schanz, Harry Shearer, Blair Slater, Ed Harris, Ron Taylor (IV), Don Taylor (III), Ted Raymond, Judy Clayton, Fritz Dominique, Angel Schmiedt, Nastassja Schmiedt, Muriel Moore, Mal Jones, Judson Vaughn, Earl Hilliard Jr., David Andrew Nash, Jim Towers, Savannah Swafford, Antoni Corone, Mario Ernesto Sánchez, John Roselius, Kade Coates, Marcia DeBonis, Sam Kitchin, Sebastian, Youngblood, Dave Corey, Mark Alan Gillott, Jay Saiter, Antonio Lewis Todd, Marco Rubeo, Darryl Davis (II), Robert Davis (VII), R.J. Murdock, Matthew McDonough, Larry McDowell, Joseph Lucus, Logan Kirksey, Adam Tomei, Philip Glass, John Pramik, O-Lan Jones, Krista Lynn, Landolfi, Joe Minjares, Al Foster, Zoaunne LeRoy, Millie Slavin, Terry Camilleri, Donna Hardy, Jeanette Miller, Joel McKinnon, Miller, Tom Simmons, Susan Angelo, Carly Smiga, Yuji Okumoto, Kiyoko Yamaguchi, Saemi Nakamura, Marc Macaulay, Kevin D. Ross.
Truman Burbank (Jim Carrey) is the most famous face on television, only he doesn’t know it. He is the unwitting star of a non-stop 24-hours-a-day documentary soap opera. Every moment of his life has been filmed by concealed cameras and broadcast to a worldwide audience. His friends, his family, everyone around him is an actor. He is a prisoner in a made-for-TV paradise.
This is the story of his escape.
Directed by Peter Weir.
Writen by Andrew Niccol.
Produced by Edward S. Feldman, Andrew Niccol, Lynn Pleshette (executive), Richard Luke Rothschild (co-producer), Scott Rudin, Adam Schroeder.
Original music by Philip Glass, Burkhart Dallwitz.
Additional music by Johannes Brahms, Fréric Chopin, David Hirschfelder, Wojciech Kilar, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Cinematography by Peter Biziou (B.S.C.).
Film Editing by William M. Anderson (A.C.E.), Lee Smith (II).
Casting: Howard Feuer.
Production Design: Dennis Gassner.
Art Direction: Richard L. Johnson.
Set Decoration: Nancy Haigh.
Costume Design by Marilyn Matthews.