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1985 | Color | 132 min

Sam Lowry lives a double life: during the day, he is a government employee who works in a melancholic world governed by a totalitarian bureaucracy. At night, he dreams of becoming a hero who flies away with a mysterious woman. One day by mistake, he meets an activist pursued by the government and discovers she is the same woman as in his dreams. In an attempt to protect her, Sam enters a crazy world, where desperate terrorists try to improve everyone’s life in spite of the government.

Country: Reino Unido
Direction: Gilliam; Terry
Script: Stoppard; Tom, Gilliam; Terry
Production: Milchan; Arnon
Photography: Pratt; Roger
Sound: Doyle; Bob
Music: Kamen; Michael
Cast:Holm; Ian, Palin; Michael, De Niro; Robert, Pryce; Jonathan, Hoskins; Bob, Broadbent; Jim
Participation year at FICM: 2010

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