Terry Gilliam: "Things happen"

Terry Gilliam: “Things happen”

Terry Gilliam: "Things happen"

The most satisfying of movies rock your world, leave you wandering in a bit of a daze, may just cause you to WAKE UP AND RAGEā€”in Terry Gilliam: “Things happen”, director Gilliam, a maker of such films (Brazil, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, The Adventures of Baron Munchausen, 12 Monkeys, The Brothers Grimm,…), nicknamed Captain Chaos for the assortment of calamities that have happened around his projects (from devastating weather to the death of Heath Ledger), has a quick and cool chat about life and times with The Talks. Gilliam, of course, is also a screenwriter, actor and animator, and the only non-British member of Monty Python (born American, he became a Brit in 1968). This fresh interview, like all of the interviews on The Talks, has its own laid-back rhythm, delivering low-key insight, wit and wisdom from one of our most usefully outstanding cultural figures, in a short, tasty package. Read it (and you will read MORE)!

Photo: Alex de Brabant (via The Talks)
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