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Sound On Sight Radio #176: Director Terry Gilliam

As the only American member of the Monty Python comedy troupe, Terry Gilliam has long been pegged as the odd one out. That reputation has extended to his career as a director, which has been peppered with roughly equal amounts of crossover success, cult adoration and general puzzlement. Today, we’ll be focusing on two of his more troubled productions – 1988’s expensive flop “The Avdentures of Baron Munchausen” and 2005’s deeply troubling fable “Tideland” – to go along with his latest, “The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus.”

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