Brazil
Brazil

Release Date

Dec 18, 1985

1985

Brazil

Comedy | Science Fiction

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Synopsis

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.

Cast

Sam Lowry

Jonathan Pryce

Sam Lowry

Archibald 'Harry' Tuttle

Robert De Niro

Archibald 'Harry' Tuttle

Mrs. Ida Lowry

Katherine Helmond

Mrs. Ida Lowry

Mr. M. Kurtzmann

Ian Holm

Mr. M. Kurtzmann

Spoor

Bob Hoskins

Spoor

Jack Lint

Michael Palin

Jack Lint

Mr. Warrenn

Ian Richardson

Mr. Warrenn

Mr. Helpmann

Peter Vaughan

Mr. Helpmann

Jill Layton

Kim Greist

Jill Layton

Dr. Jaffe

Jim Broadbent

Dr. Jaffe

Smoking Man (uncredited)

Terry Gilliam

Smoking Man (uncredited)

Mrs. Alma Terrain

Barbara Hicks

Mrs. Alma Terrain

Harvey Lime

Charles McKeown

Harvey Lime

Dowser

Derrick O'Connor

Dowser

Shirley

Kathryn Pogson

Shirley

Spiro

Bryan Pringle

Spiro

Priest

Roger Ashton-Griffiths

Priest

Basement Guard

John Pierce Jones

Basement Guard

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