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Jul 6, 2012
Stylish, surreal, and wholly inventive, Terry Gilliam’s masterpiece combines Orwell’s nightmarish vision of 1984 with a darkly comedic sensibility, in which a low-level bureaucrat up for promotion seeks to solve a dire computer error. Featuring Robert De Niro as a renegade air conditioning specialist, Brazil remains a superior achievement.
Brazil runs for 2 hr 22 min on 35 mm.
|Cost||$ $7 Late Show; $5 Member|
Bryn Mawr Film Institute
Sponsor: Bryn Mawr Film Institute
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