Objective Review: The film Brazil is set in a dystopian future society in which the government wields complete control over its citizens, many of whom go through their daily lives without any knowledge of their own ignorance. Terry Gilliam directs and Jonathan Pryce stars as Samuel Lowry. According to Gilliam, the film’s criticism is aimed […]

via Brazil (1985) and Foucault’s Biopolitics — Cinema and Political Theory

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