Zero interest in Terry's Theorem.
For his latest, you can add unwatchable. This kind-of sequel to his cult favourite Brazil (1985) is another dystopian mess masquerading as something profound.
Christoph Waltz, a neurotic computer programmer, is given permission to work from home by his manager (Matt Damon) on the condition he solves the zero theorem, a mathematical conundrum.
What does it all mean? Very little, I suspect, but it gives Gilliam a chance to indulge his usual worries about the big brother state and fears about technology running wild.
PUZZLE Waltz and Lucas Hedges
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|Publication:||Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)|
|Date:||Mar 14, 2014|
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