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Action / Drama / Fantasy / Sci-Fi / Thriller
2 hr 12 min

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Plot Summary:
Low-level bureaucrat Sam Lowry escapes the monotony of his day-to-day life through a recurring daydream of himself as a virtuous hero saving a beautiful damsel. Investigating a case that led to the wrongful arrest and eventual death of an innocent man instead of wanted terrorist Harry Tuttle, he meets the woman from his daydream, and in trying to help her gets caught in a web of mistaken identities, mindless bureaucracy and lies.
Terry Gilliam
Top Cast
Robert De Niro as Harry Tuttle

Jim Broadbent as Dr. Jaffe

Jonathan Pryce as Sam Lowry

Ian Holm as Mr. Kurtzmann

Brazil 1985 720p.BluRay

981.47 MB
English 2.0

23.976 fps
2 hr 12 min
Seeds 4.

Brazil 1985 1080p.BluRay

2.05 GB
English 2.0

23.976 fps
2 hr 12 min
Seeds 18.

Brazil review

Reviewed by Leofwine_draca

9 / 10

A satirical, one-of-a-kind dystopian masterwork
This masterwork from Terry Gilliam is by far the director’s best work – forget the overrated TWELVE MONKEYS – and the highpoint of actor Jonathan Pryce’s career. As to be expected from an ex-MONTY PYTHON member, this is bizarre and unusual stuff that demands concentration, and a truly unique piece of work. At its heart, the film is a black comedy that mocks modern society – by setting it in the future, Gilliam is able to exaggerate the flaws of ’80s society and follow them through to an extreme but logical conclusion – as well as having all kinds of outlandish humour to enjoy. Elements of adventure, action, romance and horror are mixed expertly into the proceedings and every minute of this two hour-plus film is gripping.

At its heart, the film is a satirical adaptation of Orwell’s 1984, except far more complex – multiple viewings are demanding to fully appreciate Gilliam’s masterpiece. Everything about the film is flawless – the music, the acting, the visuals, the twists and turns of the story. Sitting here now, a day after viewing the film, I can’t think of a single fault with it. At first the running time put me off (I’m not a fan of long films at all) but it couldn’t be shortened in any way. Animator Gilliam has created some unique and often stunning visuals for his movie. Take for example the exotic dream sequences are incredible stuff. The cityscape couldn’t be any bleaker – a grey mess, full of rotting rubbish in corners and brainwashed people going through the exact same motions every single day. The humour comes frequent, ranging from in-jokes with the characters to blackly humorous stuff (the coffin/corpse sequence is very dark indeed, but hilarious) and is always spot on.

Jonathan Pryce is a revelation as Sam Lowry, and his performance reminds me of John Cleese’s turn in the much smaller-scale CLOCKWISE – that of a man gradually driven out of his mind by circumstance until he ends up a lunatic. The supporting cast of British veterans is wonderful, with cameos from the likes of Jim Broadbent, Bob Hoskins, Michael Palin, Peter Vaughan, Ian Richardson and Ian Holm. Robert De Niro in particular shines as a crazy terrorist plumber called Archibald “call me Harry” Tuttle. BRAZIL is an often surprising and breathtaking movie – every scene screams expense and style, you’ll believe that Gilliam had no limit to the money he spent on making it all work. An epic of a movie, which should be required viewing for all movie watchers as one of the most offbeat and weird works of genius ever put on screen.Read More