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Blindspot 2016: Brazil (1985)

Famed Monty Python┬átroupe member Terry Gilliam’s Brazil (1985) is a maelstrom of bureaucratic bungles, illustrated in his classic quirky style. Its synopsis is as follows: Bureaucracy and ductwork run amok in the story of a paperwork mixup that leads to the imprisonment of Mr. Buttle, shoe repairman, instead of Harry Tuttle, illegal freelance Heating Engineer. […]

My 2016 Blindspot Films

2015 has pretty much come and gone, and will be over soon. In some ways this is a good thing, as with the ending of one year also comes the beginning of opportunities to watch new and interesting films in the new year. One such way I’ve made sure to watch films that are new […]