Quickie: Terry Gilliam’s Brazil (1985)

Brazil is a zanily savage, innovative journey—undeniably inspired by the prospects of George Orwell‘s masterpiece, 1984—that operates as a satirical interpretation of a hereafter society ruled under a totalitarian government. Terry Gilliam is able to employ his peerless creativity and cinematically wacky potential to craft a feasible, yet, elusive universe through wields of some of the most lucid movie sets, costumes, and props ever put to film. 

Brazil is a psychologically kittenish piece of dystopian revulsion that ultimately serves as a latitude of honor to the art of science-fiction spectacle, even if it’s summative of plot-lines feel incoherently choppy and spontaneous at times. (Verdict: B+) 

Brazil’s finale is the definition of a “trip”.

“Brazil” is now available to rent and buy on Youtube, Amazon Prime, iTunes, Google Play, and Vudu.

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