31.07 At 18.30
Terry Gilliams : ‘BRAZIL’ (1985)
Husets Biograf

“A VALID CORONA PASSPORT IS REQUIRED FOR ENTRANCE TO ALL FILM SHOWS AT HUSET’S BIOGRAF “

18:30 = Café opens / CASH or MOBILE PAY only! / Open seating due to corona rules /Tickets are 70 kr. No reservations via mail.

19:30 = BRAZIL, 1985, dir. Terry Gilliam, 143 min. / Sam Lowry (Jonathan Pryce) is a low-level government employee working in a mind-numbing job in a futuristic society that is needlessly convoluted and inefficient. He dreams of a life where he can fly away and be with the woman of his dreams. While trying to rectify the wrongful arrest of Harry Buttle (Robert De Niro), Lowry meets the woman he is always chasing in his dreams, Jill Layton (Kim Greist). Meanwhile, the bureaucracy has found him responsible for a series of terrorist bombings, and both Sam and Jill’s lives are put in danger.

The best part about Brazil is that it is absolutely hilarious. Jonathan Pryce shows remarkable aptitude for physical comedy. The dialogue is as funny as any movie you’ll ever see, though the humor is very dry, and often so subtle that you might not get a joke until a minute after it has passed.

Previously described as “dystopian satire” and “fantasy/satire on bureaucratic society”, this movie is a portrait of a largely dysfunctional industrial world that was part of the director’s life. One can say it was also influenced by George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four. A fanatastic and truly Unforgettable film .

31.07 At 19.30 / Doors At 18.30
Terry Gilliams : ‘BRAZIL’ (1985)
Husets Biograf


  • Admission 70kr