With something to offend most any sensibility, the comedy troupe of Monty Python offers this comprehensive and nonsensical guide to life—from birth to death. Filled with uproariously funny sketches and songs, the film is a grab bag of outrageous contemplations of the absurdity of life where everything is over the top and nothing is sacred …well, perhaps one thing.
Appears in: Top Down: Rooftop Cinema
Other Films by Terry Gilliam
A shape-shifting film like few others, Brazil stands as Terry Gilliam’s foremost masterpiece and one of the finest political/dystopian satires ever committed to celluloid. Following the low-level bureaucrat Sam Lowry (an unforgettable Jonathan Pryce), who’s determined to keep his low-level position lest he be absorbed into the managerial class that has taken over society. Sam’s …