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Directed by Terry Gilliam
Produced in 1985
Main Language - English
Countries & Regions - British Film, American film
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In Terry Gilliam's brilliant Brazil, the Orwellian world of Sam Lowry - a man seeking escape through fabulous dreams from grey, soul-destroying bureaucracy - begins to fragment when he meets the very real, and very rebellious, woman of his fantasies. With freedom fighting engineers, direct debit state torture, and a woman who melts from too much plastic surgery, this is probably Gilliam's finest hour, perfectly complemented by a script co-written with Tom Stoppard. Compassionate lunacy, with images of startling power and perhaps most incredibly, a thoroughly evil Michael Palin.
Publisher: 20th Century Fox
Length: 137 mins
Aspect ratio: 1.78:1 widescreen
Cat No: 2435207000
Format: Blu-ray Colour
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