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Brazil (1985)
Starring: Robert DeNiro, Kim Greist, Kim Greist, Katherine Helmond, Ian Holm, Bob Hoskins, Michael Palin, Jonathon Pryce
Director: Terry Gilliam
Category: Drama, Science Fiction, Independent
Studio: Universal Studios
Spanish, French
131 mins



It's only a state of mind.

Brazil is a surrealistic nightmare vision of a "perfect" future where technology reigns supreme.Everyone is monitored by a secret government that forbids love to interfere with efficiency.
Jonathon Price and Robert DeNiro star with Michael Palin in this chilling black comedy directed by former Monty Python Member Terry Gilliam.
When a daydreaming bureaucrat becomes unwittingly involved with an underground superhero and a beautiful mystery woman, he becomes the tragic victim of his own romantic illusions.
This offbeat fantasy blends biting humor with an unforgettable gettable look at a delightfully dastardly tomorrow.


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