Sunday, December 20, 2009

Terry Gilliam: The 'Imaginarium' That Almost Wasn't

The wild imagination of director Terry Gilliam returns to the big screen this week with The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, about a small acting troupe that travels through London with an extraordinary portable stage. On it, a mirror — a looking glass — that can transport anyone from the audience into an imaginary world. The film is signature Gilliam, alive with color and fantasy and punctuated by flashes of psychedelic imagery...

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  1. I'm really curious to see how this turned out. I've always been a big Gilliam fan. He can count on my $10 on opening weekend.


  2. I want to see this movie but It its not in teatres yet, somebody know why?????.
    I went yesterday to Regal cinemas and I can't see the movie. Analia.

  3. If you live in the US, The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus had a limited opening in New York and California on Christmas Day. A wider release will occur on January 8th. If you live outside the US the opening dates can be found here:

    If your country is not listed, perhaps one of our international visitors can answer your question.



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