Arts Interview: Still tilting at windmills

Terry Gilliam's latest movie may be set in a dystopian future, but the director admits he often finds himself looking back to his ill-fated Don Quixote film - a work he still wants to finish, writes John Maguire.

16th March, 2014
Terry Gillliam: I hope The Zero Theorem contains some answers, but at the same time, I'm always looking to ask more questions than I answer.' Picture: Ki Price/Camerapress

You'll be sure and tell me if I'm talking too quickly, Terry Gilliam says, a grin poking through his lumberjack's beard as he flops onto an enormous couch in the Merrion Hotel, Dublin. ''I've been told I talk very quickly. My films are the same. Sometimes, I worry that it all goes too fast on screen and that there's a lot of stuff going on that people miss. I tap my tablet device and reply...

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