Sunday, December 10–Tuesday, December 12
(1985, 35mm, 132m) dir Terry Gilliam w/Jonathan Pryce, Kim Greist, Robert De Niro. Sam Lowry (Pryce) sorts through bureaucratic (and plumbing!) hell with help from Harry Tuttle (De Niro). Climate change, banking issues—it’s all here in one of the most biting satires on film.
On our blog, Timothy Zila analyzes Sam Lowry’s desires to escape his duct-filled, bureaucratic hell, and Ryan Sanderson discusses Brazil‘s position in the larger landscape of dream vs. reality cinema.
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