It's been 20 years since The Truman Show first hit theaters and despite the lack of merchandising or pop-culture meta references in other media, the film still occupies a coveted spot in our collective imaginations. I was actually shocked when I saw just how often the movie appeared at the top of the factoid-obsessed r/moviedetails subreddit since it lacks the same marketing appeal of franchises like Star Wars or the MCU and yet it still compells people all these years later. Perhaps Jim Carrey's performance speaks to the paranoia of our modern politics, or maybe the far out premise resonates with our current social media-driven reality. For whatever reason people have still been uncovering new bits of worldbuilding in this movie, here's 8 details that made us reach for the horizon.