In 1985, director Terry Gilliam, hot off the success of Time Bandits, released his most ambitious film yet, Brazil; a dystopian nightmare of bureaucracy and terrorism, a comedy of errors and misunderstanding and a lot of ducts. The film found some critical appeal which has snowballed to make the film a newly minted classic. But does the film deserve the accolades or does it deserve a trip down the rubbish bin? MovieDude Eric, Kent, Chris and special guest Lauren find out.



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