Sound On Sight Radio #176: Director Terry Gilliam

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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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