Terry Gilliam is a director known for his visual imagination, confusing stories, and the difficult nature of his film projects. It seems that every movie he makes comes with a story about how it almost wasn’t made, how the studio changed it, how Gilliam’s vision was compromised.
Except for Twelve Monkeys. With his 1995 time-travel epidemic apocalyptic drama, Gilliam was able to (seemingly) make the movie he wanted to make. That’s where The Stake Podcast starts our month on Terry Gilliam.
Join us for our first month-long conversation, as we talk about Gilliam’s visuals, Brad Pitt’s jump to the big-time, and what Bruce Willis brings to the madcap world of Terry Gilliam.
Next week on The Stake Podcast, Part 2 of our month exploring Terry Gilliam. The director’s most beloved film, Brazil.