film, literature

Terry Gilliam’s Don Quixote film finally hits the big screen after 25 years

By Jennifer Ouellette @ Ars Technica

“The problem is that people have very high expectations,” Gilliam told the BBC in May 2017. “A lot of people say I’m a fool to make the film, and that it would have been better to let people imagine how great it would have been rather than making it a reality and disappointing them. People love Roman ruins because they’re not complete and you can imagine them. So I may be making a great mistake. Maybe the film would be better as a fantasy.”

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