Rated NR

No doubt, Terry Gilliam is a complete freak and the perfect topic for a documentary, so when documentarians Keith Fulton and Louis Pepe got the opportunity to follow him around during the making of his The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, I’m sure they jumped at the chance. Sadly, the production on that film shut down on the second day of filming, leaving Fulton and Pepe with a tragic tale that was itself tragically too short to be a feature film. They cut it into a 90-minute movie anyway, which is a bit of a rip-off, because it would have made a great 45-minute movie, but try to get distribution for one of those. Oh well. It’s interesting anyway, but not enough stuff happened during the filming of Gilliam’s movie to make a movie out of that movie’s failure to be a movie.

See our full review: Adventures in Filmmaking

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