As part of the framework for the Los Cabos International Film Festival, director, screenwriter, actor and comedian Terry Gilliam made the Latin America premiere of his latest film: "The man who killed Don Quixote".
Work in which he invested almost 30 years of his life, inspired by the writings of Miguel de Cervantes that mixes action with comedy. However, during a talk held with writer Juan Villoro, Gilliam even talked about political issues. Everything from why he decided to renounce to his American nationality, to what he thinks of Donald Trump, were discussed.
He said there are ways to tell stories, regardless of the government or political ideologies that might want to avoid issues.
Gilliam has directed films such as Brazil, Twelve Monkeys, and The Man Who Killed Don Quixote. In some of his films Hollywood stars appear such as Brad Pitt, Bruce Willis and Adam Driver.
With information from Armando Figaredo,
Translation by Tony Perez Dillon
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