This scene is important because it gives Truman the idea that his world may not be real. Camera Angle: Medium shot from the waist up to make Truman and Sylvia fit the frame nicely.
This...it--it's fake. It's all for you.
I don't understand.
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This scene is when present day gets real evidence that is world isn't real and from this point forward he tries to escape. Camera Angle: Close up on Truman to capture his confusion
This is where Truman confronts the reality of his situation and is a point of no return for his character. Camera Angle: Lots of really tight and fast moving shots. This would reflect Truman's emotions in the scene.
What? What'd you say? Who are you talking to?
In case I don't see ya', good afternoon, good evening, and good night.
This scene is significant because it shows Truman making the decision to live his own life. Camera Angle: A flat, symmetrical shot to show the peace that Truman feels.