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32. The Man Who Killed Don Quixote; movie review

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Cert 15
133 mins
BBFC advice: Contains strong language, brief violence

How appropriate that we mark the death of Terry Jones with the latest work of the Python who ran him a closest for creative genius.
Terry Gilliam added the crazy animations to those famous Monty Python sketches and has gone on to be a celebrated director.
Of course, nobody would expect him to be conventional so it can be of no surprise that The Man Who Created Don Quixote is spectacularly offbeat.
Gilliam's tale has been in the making for nearly 30 years and supporters, such as John Hurt, have died or simply come and gone like Johnny Depp.
It is hugely ambitious from its storytelling to its lavish costumes and backdrops and shows off the great range of talents of its cast.
The movie's central figure is a successful director (Adam Driver) who returns to the site of a student picture he made about Don Quixote.
At the time, he persuaded a village cobbler (Jonathan Pryce) to play the title character and also spent much of the time flirting with the local innkeeper's daughter (Joana Ribeiro).
His current project is going wildly over deadline and budget but he becomes distracted and drives off to find the people who were integral to the beginning of his career.
He discovers that his student film had an impact on the community he could not have foretold.
I like Driver more every time I see him - he has proved that he can be the star of a blockbuster with his portrayal as Kylo Ren in Star Wars, can give every sinew to drama as in Marriage Story and go completely overboard as here.
He seems to be more prolific than any Hollywood actor and yet his consistency is terrific.
His chemistry with Pryce is wonderful as his character tries to make sense of his past and future.
Meanwhile, there are digs are the lack of morals of the film-making community and commercialisation in general.
And there is a catalogue of utterly surreal moments - hung together by the cobbler's belief that he really is Don Quixote.
It is weird but compelling. Will everyone like it? Not a chance but those who enjoy Pythonesque barminess will nod in all the right places.

Reasons to watch: Wild and wacky
Reasons to avoid: Might be too of-the-wall for some

Laughs: Chuckles rather than laughs
Jumps: None
Vomit: None
Nudity: None
Overall rating: 7.5/10

Did you know? The author Miguel Cervantes Saavedra (1547-1616), is considered one of the greatest writers of world literature and in his famous book, Don Quixote is considered the first modern novel.

The final word. Terry Gilliam: “The worst part of the whole process is those 20 years, with people waiting and their expectations growing, because clearly over the time (they think) it must be getting better and better and better. Not true! It’s just getting more different. In the end, what it is, it is.” Rolling Stone

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