In a futuristic city sharply divided between the working class and the city planners, the son of the city's mastermind falls in love with a working class prophet who predicts the coming of a savior to mediate their differences.
Run Time: 115 Minutes
Drama, Action & Adventure, Art House & International, Classics, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Enjoy this list of movies produced by the collective or its individual members. Perhaps the silliest group of Brits ever to grace the silver-screen, their smart, surrealist style is still sure to leave modern audiences in hysterics.
Gilliam, Lynch, and Cronenburg collide in this list of dystopian nightmares that lean on Kafka's aesthetic; difficult to sum it up without resorting to the circular adjective 'Kafkaesque', but you'll know it when you see it!
Sci-fi is already the most "out there" genre, so what happens when experimental directors take its themes and run with them? Check out this collection of the very best boundary pushing science-fiction films and find out for yourself. Just don't say we didn't warn you!
Ever felt like your workplace has Franz Kafka as its head manager? Then these movies exploring the absurd side of the modern corporate world are up your street. Includes Terry Gilliam classic 'Brazil', as well as underwatched Zach Galifianakis flick 'Visioneers'.
In the vein of 'Being John Malkovich': these existential mind-boggling comedies will leave you in slightly confused hysterics, as you question life, reality, and your own sanity. Make sure to check out Terry Gilliam's 1985 classic 'Brazil' for a particularly silly treat!
Movies in the vein of 'Blade Runner': dystopias set in the near future, where human protagonists find themselves battling A.I., megacorporations, or some other form of technological oppressor. The genre also often includes elements of hardboiled detective fiction and film noir, to better convey the grittiness of the technological age's underbelly.
God save the Queen and her traditional British comedy gold in this collection of Albion's best. Before Michael Caine was that funny old guy that appears in all of Christopher Nolan's movies, he was a charming rogue dancing across screens as Alfie!
Albert Camus once said, 'The absurd is the essential concept and the first truth.' Whether you lean towards such nihilistic sentiments, or are simply high and want to watch some 'seriously weird shit', this collection of absurd films is sure to satisfy.
This collection features the very best of dark comedy from throughout the decades, including what some consider the Coen brothers' finest work 'Fargo' and Terry Gilliam's 'Brazil'. For those who laugh at funerals!