A hugely talented but socially isolated computer operator is tasked by Management to prove the Zero Theorem: that the universe ends as nothing, rendering life meaningless. But meaning is what he already craves.
A young boy's wardrobe contains a time hole. Through this hole an assortment of short people (i.e. dwarfs) come while escaping from their master, the supreme being. They take Kevin with them on their adventures through time from Napoleonic times to the Middle Ages to the early 1900s, to the time of Legends and the Fortress of Ultimate Darkness where they confront Evil. Written by
Terry Gilliam described Sean Connery's career at this point as "at it's nadir". Fortunately, Connery was a Monty Python fan and signed on for a part of the gross. It also happened that Denis O'Brien was a former golfing partner of Connery. See more »
While approaching the city in the Napoléon scene, the same group of people is executed twice. See more »
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At the end of the credits the scene where the Bandits have their photo taken is replayed. See more »
Great stuff given us by the Pythoners and Mr. Harrison.
Pure loving, scary, wonderful fantasy that Disney, Bluthe and all the rest have been trying to do their whole existence, and George and pals go out and do it the first time. Who cares what people whom surely need counseling think, and give it anything less than a 10? A true gift from the most talented Beatle and two of Python's best.-----BQ
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