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Movie Brazil
Terry Gilliam directed this movie in 1985
Title Brazil
Year 1985
Director Terry Gilliam
Genre Drama, Sci-Fi, Fantasy
Plot – Sam Lowry works as archivist in a unidentified megalopolis where Power and Bureaucracy control everone and everything. People are controlled by the information Department, but groups of terrorists sow destruction and death in order to change the situation. In fact Sam opposes the system escaping in his own dreams. In his imagination, he has built a second life where he's free. One day, Sam is shacked by his torpor and has visions of monstrous giants. Strange characters encourage him to accept a promotion to get access to secret data to find back Jill Latton. He lives then various adventures against the system, until his best friend stops him. Alone and totally nullified, Sam dreams again and this time he's traveling with Jill to an unknown location, where they will live together.
All actors – Jonathan Pryce, Robert De Niro, Katherine Helmond, Ian Holm, Bob Hoskins, Michael Palin, Ian Richardson, Peter Vaughan, Kim Greist, Jim Broadbent, Barbara Hicks, Charles McKeown, Derrick O'Connor, Kathryn Pogson, Bryan Pringle, Sheila Reid, John Flanagan, Ray Cooper, Brian Miller, Simon Nash, Prudence Oliver, Simon Jones, Derek Deadman, Nigel Planer, Terence Bayler, Gorden Kaye, Tony Portacio, Bill Wallis, Winston Dennis, Jack Purvis, Elizabeth Spender, Antony Brown, Myrtle Devenish, Holly Gilliam, John Pierce Jones, Ann Way, Don Henderson, Howard Lew Lewis, Oscar Quitak, Harold Innocent, John Grillo, Ralph Nossek, David Gant, James Coyle, Patrick Connor, Roger Ashton-Griffiths, Russell Keith Grant, , Sue Hodge, Sadie Corre, Margarita Doyle, Dominic Ffytche, Terry Forrestal, Terry Gilliam, John Hasler, Frank Jakeman, Sergio Kato, Peter Sands
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