How Brazil Got Its Sci-Fi Dystopia Right
by Georg Rockall-Schmidt
Following a common trope of the sci-fi genre, Terry Gilliam’s 1985 sci-fi, Brazil, depicts a dystopian future. In this video essay, Georg Rockall-Schmidt examines what makes Gilliam’s portrayal of the future so much closer to reality than many of its sci-fi counterparts.
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