Brazil (1985)

Playing at Pickford Film Center

132 minutes, UK, In English, Science Fiction
Rated R: Language, violence

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Directed by: Terry Gilliam
Brazil, originally titled 1984 1/2, is essentially the Monty Python movie left out of their filmography. Unadulterated Terry Gilliam imagination and creativity pour out of every second of the screen with a barrage of endlessly inventive creative visual effects and sets. The story surrounds a milquetoast businessman constantly daydreaming, walking a tightrope between the painfully mundane bureaucratic Hell of everyday life, and the psychedelic fantasies of his escapist dreams.
-Brady Schmitt, projectionist

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