Brazil is a Terry Gilliam dystopic black comedy film that reflects the melancholy, dreamlike quality of a famous Brazilian song that’s been translated into English. The film parodies the mostly dysfunctional bureaucratic world we live in and takes us to a post-apocalyptic world in the future yet with our present day attitudes in mind.
@mary 《그리워하다》 @arirang_ASC @OFFICIALBTOB hii! i am mary from brazil 💙💚💛 which song from the new album is your favorite one? #BTOB_ASC16 seconds ago
@mary 《그리워하다》 @arirang_ASC @OFFICIALBTOB i am mary from brazil and i wanna know which member is the most troublesome? #BTOB_ASC31 seconds ago
Joe Morgenstern [A] darkly funny and truly visionary retro-futurist fantasy.
Dave Kehr Terry Gilliam's ferociously creative black comedy is filled with wild tonal contrasts, swarming details, and unfettered visual invention -- every shot carries a charge of surprise and delight.
John Hartl For all its occasional long-windedness and visual dazzle, Brazil may be the Strangelove of the 1980s.
Michael Atkinson Gilliam understood that all futuristic films end up quaintly evoking the naive past in which they were made, and turned the principle into a coherent comic aesthetic.