THIS is Python and film-making legend Terry Gilliam’s new visual autobiography, and what a treat it is! It is a literary and visual feast featuring loads of never-before-seen pics, and which offers fascinating insights into the process of creation from the Monty Python animator and the maker of Brazil, The Adventures of Baron Munchausen, Time Bandits and Twelve Monkeys.
Gilliam made an early vow never to work for “the man”:
“I discovered that what I was doing was absolutely pointless,” writes Gilliam, about working on the Chevrolet production line when a student. “So I declared I would only do work I had complete control over and never work just for money.”
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