Episode 11 – Terry Gilliam’s Brazil

Brazil

This week we are joined by Kevin Carr – co-host of the podcast, Fat Guys At The Movies and writer at FilmSchoolRejects.com.

This is the podcast dedicated to The Criterion Collection. Rudie, Ryan & Travis discuss Criterion News & Rumors and Criterion New Releases, they analyze, discuss & highlight Criterion #51, Terry Gilliam’s 1985 film, BRAZIL, along with the segment ‘Variations of a Theme’.

This week’s theme: Escapist Dreamers in Movies.

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Our next episode we will cover Criterion #190 Akira Kurosawa’s THRONE OF BLOOD.

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Show Notes:

(00:00 – 00:48; Central Services Sound Clip From Brazil – CC #51)
(00:49 – 01:04; “A United Theory” by God Help The Girl)
(01:05 – 02:52; The CriterionCast – Episode 011 – Brazil – CC #51)
(02:53 – 02:59; News & Rumors)
(03:00 – 08:16; Studios Proposal For Delayed Release For Rentals)
(08:17 – 15:00; The Original Cut of Metropolis To Be Screened at The Berlin FIlm Festival)
(15:01 – 24:27; The Third Man – CC #64 – Blu-Ray Goes Out of Print)
(24:28 – 31:11; The New Trailer For Tim Burton’s Alice In Wonderland)
(31:12 – 33:15; Follow Up Notes)
(33:16 – 34:24; New Releases)
(34:25 – 35:49; Break Music by Carlos Segovia)
(35:50 – 1:06:39; Brazil – CC #51)
(1:06:40 – 1:07:28; Break Music by Carlos Segovia)
(1:07:29 – 1:30:04; Variations On a Theme – Escapist Dreamers in Movies)
(1:30:05 – 1:32:10; Wrap Up & Contact Info)
(1:32:11 – 1:32:32; Credits For The Podcast)
(1:32:33 – 1:32:52; Next on; Akira Kurosawa’s Throne of Blood – CC #190)
(1:32:53 – 1:33:15; Follow Along with The CriterionCast)
(1:33:16 – 1:34:00; Feed Change)
(1:34:01 – 1:34:33; Goodbyes)
(1:34:34 – 1:35:29; “Working Poor” by Horse Feathers)
(1:35:30 – 1:36:57; Outtakes!!)

Credits:

Intro Music by God Help The Girl. Learn more on iTunes and their website, GodHelpTheGirl.com.

Break Music by Carlos Segovia. Learn more @ GhostRamps.com.

Outro Music by Horse Feathers. Learn more on iTunes and their MySpace page at MySpace.com/HorseFeathersMusic.

6 Comments

  • Brazil is a Perfect master Piece. I disagree about how impossible is to have a movie like that nowadays in a major studio with a big budget. David Kelly´s Southland Tales and Aronfosky´s The Fountain are odd, wierd and eerie. Both had big releases and actually they flunk, even if the studios put a lot of money to them

  • Brazil is a Perfect master Piece. I disagree about how impossible is to have a movie like that nowadays in a major studio with a big budget. David Kelly´s Southland Tales and Aronfosky´s The Fountain are odd, wierd and eerie. Both had big releases and actually they flunk, even if the studios put a lot of money to them

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