October 2nd, 2015
Episode 1011 of 1304 episodes
Terry Gilliam discusses how an idyllic childhood in working class Minnesota led to his unique and anarchic style of cut out animation; and on to becoming a member of Monty Python, and one of the most inventive film directors of modern times. In an extended interview he talks to John Wilson about the influences on his work and his recurring themes - of the battle against bureaucracy, surveillance and consumerist greed. Presenter John Wilson Producer Ella-mai Robey.
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