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125. He Dreams Of Giants; movie review

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Cert 15
84 mins
BBFC advice: Contains strong language

Last year I wrote that The Man Who Killed Don Quixote was "weird by compelling" and "those who enjoy Pythonesque barminess will nod in the right places."
I could almost say the same of Keith Fulton and Louis Pepe's documentary of the making of a movie which was 30 years from concept to the big screen.
Indeed, director Terry Gilliam's obsession in creating a Quixote film became one of the most infamous tales in the film industry.
So much so that Fulton and Pepe made a documentary outlining his failed attempts nearly 20 years ago.
I haven't seen that movie but this one splendidly sums up the trials, traumas and even near-death experiences which went alongside the much-awaited production.
It begins a few weeks before filming begins while there is still tension over whether there will be any money for the movie to go ahead.
There are plenty of flashbacks to Gilliam, his career and the history of a picture which was originally scheduled to star Johnny Depp and later John Hurt.
One of Gilliam's former collaborators, Jonathan Pryce is now the star, alongside the ever-excellent Adam Driver.
However, they fade into the background when Gilliam is around, so much larger than life is he.
He Dreams Of Giants prompts admiration for Gilliam's creative mind and I love that he needs laughter like the rest of us need air.
He deserves enormous credit for completing a project which had weighed him down for more than three decades.
Fulton and Pepe engender such positivity towards him while giving a close-up view of what goes into making a movie.
Thus, their film is enlightening and uplifting.

Reasons to watch: Honest and revealing
Reasons to avoid: If you haven't seen the Don Quixote film

Laughs: None
Jumps: None
Vomit: None
Nudity: None
Overall rating: 8/10

Did you know? 
An asteroid, 9619 Terrygilliam, is named in Gilliam's honour.

The final word. Louis Pepe: "When you look at He Dreams of Giants, it’s very much a man against himself. The conflicts in the film are so eternal and really the kind of conflict that only comes with a more mature character who is reflecting back on an entire career.” Coming Soon

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