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Brazil 1986

From Amazon: Pitting the imagination of a common man against the oppressive storm troopers of the Ministry of Information, this bitter parable for the Information Age is more relevant than ever. Gathering footage from both the European and American versions, Terry Gilliam has assembled the ultimate 142-minute director's cut of his most celebrated film, then annotated it with a shot-by-shot commentary on an alternate audio channel. (read more)

Directed By:
Terry GilliamTerry Gilliam
Written By:
No image existsCharles McKeown
Terry GilliamTerry Gilliam
No image existsTom Stoppard
Jonathan PryceJonathan Pryce
Robert De NiroRobert De Niro
No image existsMichael Palin
No image existsKatherine Helmond
No image existsKim Greist
Bob HoskinsBob Hoskins
Ian HolmIan Holm
No image existsPeter Vaughan
No image existsIan Richardson

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Brazil Movie Review by ManMachine (3/30/2018)

When it comes to riotously insane, 1980's cinema - You've really gotta see Terry Giliam's "Brazil" for yourself to actually believe it. You really do.

This off-the-wall, cinematic roller-coaster ride into a retro-future is, without question, all about a "world-gone-mad" where endless bureaucracy has, literally, buried...

(complete Brazil review by ManMachine)

Brazil Movie Review by adam (5/3/2007)

this movie is under the line...oldie but a goody,with all its strange twists and out of this world story line it tells the story of the little man against the powerful all seeing all knowing big brother eye,which could fit in to todays world...its like watching an abstract painting in motion, its very funny,deeply...

(complete Brazil review by adam)

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