Walter Mitty. Setting.
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The reality of Walter mittys life often causes him to space out and put him into his own fantasies where he gets to be the hero. In this scene Walter is imagining he is the pilot of a hydroplane, and he's the only one that can save it from crashing.
Walters wife is extremely controlling and nagging which is a major reason why he needs to put himself into other fantasies to escape his stressful life.
whatever is going on in his life is usually reflected or influences his fantasies, but no mater what, Walter always gets to be the hero, which is something he doesn't get in real life.
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