Truman Show, The Easter Egg - Philip Glass

Philip Glass is the composer of the film music, but it may not be widely known that he appears in the control booth playing synthesizers.

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Contributed By: coskel on 11-09-2000
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BBopDude writes:
I agree that Philip Glass is in the movie, but he isn't playing during "Reunion". The pianist during that song is a man named John Pramik. Mr. Glass actually plays during the piece "Truman Sleeps". (The one where Christof watches Truman sleep on the big screen) You can see him towards the end of the scene on the left side of the screen.
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Y3ll0wJack3t writes:
The scene that the original poster is referring to is the scene where Truman is reunited with his father, and the song is titled "Reunion." There is, however, one strange thing about this scene...not the entire sound-track was composed by Philip Glass. The musical piece that is playing in the background (when it shows Philip Glass) was composed by Burkhard Dallwitz...
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kris writes:
when Christof says "fade up music", the pianist in the clip nodding and playing louder is NOT Phillip Glass. The actor playing that part is indeed John Pramik.
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Leanaht writes:
yup. In the part where truman is reunited with his father, christof says "fade up music" and a clip of phillip glass nodding and playing louder is shown.
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