Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Welcome to English at the Movies — American Classics — where we teach you American English heard at the movies. In the 1998 movie, The Truman Show. Truman Burbank does not know his whole life is a television show. Hidden cameras broadcast The Truman Show 24 hours a day around the world. All the people in his life, including his wife, are actors. His hometown is really a stage. After observing strange events and behaviors, Truman begins to question his sanity. Listen for the words "being spontaneous." - Truman! - Where shall we go? Where shall we go? - Truman, where are we going? - I don't really know. I guess I'm being spontaneous. Somebody help me! I am being spontaneous. What do you think "being spontaneous" means? Is it A) acting in a way that causes trouble, or B) doing something that is not planned? Truman! Where shall we go? Where shall we go? - Truman, where are we going? - I don't really know. I guess I'm being spontaneous. Answer is B. Being spontaneous is doing something that is not planned. Truman got an urge to be spontaneous after feeling he was being tricked for mysterious reasons. And that's English at the movies.