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The Gilliam Theorem

It’s been a long time coming, but it’s here and it’s worth the wait

Terry Gilliam’s The Zero Theorem is finally opening in the U.S. this weekend. This may well be Terry’s most polarizing movie, and that’s saying something! Some people love it, some people can’t stand it, but if it’s Terry, it’s worth seeing. You can find out a little more about it here and watch the trailer as well.
I’ll be seeing it myself this weekend, and I recommend that you do the same. You may have to look around a little if you don’t live in a larger city, as the distributors are a little uneasy about movies that actually make you think. But Time magazine calls it “a spectacle that demands to be cherished.” So find it and cherish it, already!

Help Terry Gilliam help you…

For some reason, Sony pictures has decided that The Zero Theorem, Terry Gilliam’s amazing new film, is not going to be distributed in Scandinavia or Spain. Why, I don’t quite understand. And, I also don’t know how many followers I have in Scandinavia or Spain, but no matter where you live, it can’t hurt to sign this on-line petition so that the film-lovers in those places have the opportunity to check out Terry’s new movie, which stars Christoph Waltz, David Thewlis, and Matt Damon.


The Zero Theorem is scheduled for a late summer 2014 release by Sony in the U.S., but that doesn’t mean they shouldn’t spread it around to the rest of the planet, does it?