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Best film I've ever seen.
Then there is also Gilliam's brilliant eye for composition; every shot in Brazil is meaningful in one way or another, and contributes to the film as a whole.
The plot seemed like it was supposed to make sense yet I couldn't get my head around a few points in the film and their meaning.
Extensive commentary. If you have ever made a film that failed, particularly if you were attempting to make an art film, the Criterion edition of Brazil is a must see. Read morePublished 13 days ago by hazelflagg
Production is out of this world. Spectacular vision. One of the best poke-in-the-eye satires on bureaucracy-run-wild, and the plight of the dreamer trapped in the mountains of... Read morePublished 18 days ago by David Barrett
watched this about the same time I tried Eraserhead. What a difference! This had something to say.Published 26 days ago by Sam on the Hill
Wow, I think this movie was written for pot heads who are stoned when viewing it.Published 28 days ago by C WILLIAM, CPA
Many of the things portrayed in this movie have come true many years after its production.Published 1 month ago by hap duffey
Quite possibly the worst movie ever made.
One of the occasions you have to give a star because that is
as low as you can go.
Otherwise I'd give it a -5. Read more