Joaquim Pla Janini - Las Parcas (The Fates) center panel of triptych, photograph circa 1930
We go forward.
Know your place. Accept your place. Be a shoe.
“Its story glides effortlessly from knockabout comedy and political satire to dreamy romance, rambunctious fantasy, and dystopian science fiction. Its verbal and visual wit remain as incisive as ever, and the themes it explores—social alienation, terrorism, the hazards of high technology, and the bureaucratization of absolutely everything—are more urgent now than when the film premiered in 1985.”
— David Sterritt, Brazil: A Great Place to Visit, Wouldn’t Want to Live There