Brazil is a Terry Gilliam dystopic black comedy film that reflects the melancholy, dreamlike quality of a famous Brazilian song that’s been translated into English. The film parodies the mostly dysfunctional bureaucratic world we live in and takes us to a post-apocalyptic world in the future yet with our present day attitudes in mind.
Released on the 1985-02-20
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Arrest, Arrest, Bomb, Breakfast, Bureaucracy, Burial, Cage, Capitalism, Car Accident, Christmas, Clerk, Coffin, Computer, Cook, Daydream, Dream, Dream, Dystopa, Ear, Elevator, England, Escape, Estrangement, Explosion, Flying, Freedom, Freedom Fighter, Future, Government, Great Britain, Guerilla, Hallucination, Hero, Insect, Javelin, Lobotomy, London, Lorry, Lupe, Mistake in Person, Mother, Mother-Son Relationship, Murder, Nervous Breakdown, Nightmare, Persecution Mania, Plastic Surgeon, Plastic Surgery, Police State, Resistance, Resistance Fighter, Restaurant, Sabotage, Salt, Skeleton, Spiral staircase, Surveillance, Technology, Terrorism, Terrorist, Torture, Totalitarian Regime, Verband, Wheelchair, Wings
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