|The smug repairmen from Central Services confront our hero.|
In Terry Gilliam’s brilliant 1985 film Brazil, our hero, Sam Lowry, with assistance from renegade repairman Harry Tuttle, gets revenge by pulling a seriously messy prank on two incompetents from Central Services.
Earlier, the mysterious Tuttle had fixed the malfunctioning air conditioning in Lowry’s apartment, which in this world is considered a major crime.
In this clip, we’ll discover that whoever designed this system should not have made the tubes for the air conditioning and sewage interchangeable.
This classic film is the best adaptation of George Orwell’s book 1984 that is not based directly on the book 1984.