17 January 2014 7:26 AM, PST | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

There are many movies coming in 2014, but thanks to the festival circuit, we've already seen a good handful of them, and one to put on your radar for this year is Terry Gilliam's "The Zero Theorem." Sure, our own Oli Lyttelton  weren't entirely blown away by the movie when he saw it in Venice, but he did note it's Gilliam's most personal movie in quite some time, centering on one man coming face to face with his own worth and the value of meaninglessness in the grand shape of the world. On a purely visual level, the production and costume design of the film is pretty great. Until you see the movie though, here's something to listen to: composer George Fenton's lovely, melancholy main theme from the film.  Milan Records will release the soundtrack digitally on January 28th, with the film hitting a number of international territories over the next couple of months. »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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