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Terry Gilliam's doomed attempt to get his film, The Man Who Killed Don Quixote (2018), off the ground.

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Tony Grisoni ...
Himself - Co-Writer
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Himself - First Assistant Director (as Phil Patterson)
René Cleitman ...
Himself - Producer
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Himself - Writer & Director
Nicola Pecorini ...
Himself - Director of Photography
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Himself - Line Producer
Bárbara Pérez-Solero ...
Herself - Ass't. Set Decorator
Benjamín Fernández ...
Himself - Production Designer (as Benjamin Fernandez)
Andrea Calderwood ...
Herself - Former Head of Production, Pathé
Ray Cooper ...
Himself - Longtime Gilliam Colleague
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Herself - Costume Designer
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Himself - Co-Costume Designer
Bernard Bouix ...
Himself - Executive Producer
Fred Millstein ...
Himself - Completion Guarantor
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Narrator (voice)
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Himself (archiveFootage)
Bernard Chaumeil ...
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Joan Font ...
Himself (uncredited)
Pierre Gamet ...
Himself (uncredited)
Francisco Reiguera ...
Don Quixote (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
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Himself (uncredited)

Directed by

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Keith Fulton
Louis Pepe

Written by

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Keith Fulton ... () (uncredited)
 
Louis Pepe ... () (uncredited)

Produced by

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Rosa Bosch ... associate producer: Vice Versa
Andrew J. Curtis ... associate producer (as Andrew Curtis)
Lucy Darwin ... producer

Music by

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Miriam Cutler

Film Editing by

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Jacob Bricca

Editorial Department

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Renee Edwards ... editorial consultant
Keith Fulton ... additional editor
Derek Herr ... on-line editor
Lisa Leeman ... editorial consultant
Randy Magalski ... on-line editor
Louis Pepe ... additional editor
Zac Stanford ... colorist

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Benjamín Fernández ... (uncredited)

Set Decoration by

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Emilio Ardura

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Jaime Sicilia ... assistant director: Spain (as Jaime Sicilia Nistal)

Art Department

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Gustave Doré ... etchings: "The Story of Don Quixote"
Benjamín Fernández ... artwork: production design (as Benjamin Fernandez)
Terry Gilliam ... storyboard illustrator
Gabriella Pescucci ... artwork: costume design

Sound Department

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Michael Kowalski ... sound editor: The Fourth Factory / sound mixer: The Fourth Factory

Stunts

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Gonzalo Hernández ... stunts (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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José Hernández Gil ... best boy
Louis Pepe ... camera operator
François Duhamel ... still photographer (uncredited)
Fernando Vázquez Gondar ... electrician (uncredited)

Animation Department

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Stefan Avalos ... animator: The Story of 'Don Quixote'
Chaim Bianco ... animator: "Terry Gilliam's Picture Show" and Terry Gilliam's storyboard illustrations

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Massimo Cantini Parrini ... assistant costume designer (uncredited)

Other crew

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Richard Brenin ... transcriptions
Martin Briseño ... production assistant: Los Angeles
Marsha Brown ... production coordinator: London
Sam Buckland ... production assistant: London
Audrey Capotosta ... production assistant: Los Angeles
David DeBlas ... production assistant: Spain
Bill Eckroat ... production assistant: Los Angeles
Harold Manning ... translator: French
Richard Mills ... production facilities: Molinare Studio, London
Marc Munden ... additional production staff: London
Sachi Oda ... travel services: Silverlake Travel
Alexa Portillo ... production coordinator: Spain (as Alexa Portillo Capelli)
Snarby Richard ... archival researcher
Lisa Marie Russo ... additional production staff: London (as Lisa-Marie Russo)
Karl Watkins ... additional production staff: London
Patricia Nieto ... production coordinator (uncredited)
Alberto Poveda ... production assistant (uncredited)

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Warren Bass ... thanks
Jean-Pierre Bedoyan ... thanks
Bernard Bouix ... special thanks
Peter Boyle ... thanks
Betty Burkhart ... thanks
Matthew Buzzell ... thanks
Jenne Casarotto ... thanks
Nicolas Chartier ... thanks
Helen Cho Anthos ... thanks (as Helen Chouh)
René Cleitman ... special thanks
Manuel Salas Coll ... thanks
Marianne Connor ... thanks
Amanda Crane ... thanks
Gerald Curtis ... special thanks (as Gerald)
Jacqueline Curtis ... special thanks
Warren Curtis ... thanks
Andrew Darwin ... special thanks
Frances Darwin ... thanks
Oscar Darwin ... thanks (as Oscar)
Nick Davis ... thanks: Memery Crystal
Johnny Depp ... special thanks
Delphine DeWitte ... thanks
José Luis Escolar ... special thanks
Sean Farnel ... thanks
Dominique Fouassier ... acknowledgment: additional storm footage courtesy of
Jeff Fox ... thanks
Beverly Fulton ... thanks
Robert Fulton ... thanks (as Robert)
Valerie Fulton ... thanks
Dean Galanis ... thanks
Elizabeth Gaskell ... thanks (as Mrs Gaskell)
Sonya Geis ... thanks
Victor Gill ... thanks: Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport
Terry Gilliam ... special thanks
Tony Grisoni ... special thanks
Guzmán ... thanks
David Hansel ... thanks: Memery Crystal
Ian Kelly ... special thanks
Susan Kelly ... thanks
Veronica Killseek ... thanks
David Klagsbrun ... thanks
Oja Kodar ... acknowledgment: "Don Quijote de Orson Welles" courtesy of, El Silencio Producciones
Valerie Koscelnik ... thanks
Irene Lamb ... thanks
Bob Lane ... thanks
Francisco Lujan ... thanks
Ray Magill ... thanks
Nick Manzi ... thanks
Patrick McGuinn ... thanks
Sean McPharlin ... thanks
Kevin McTurk ... thanks
Corinne Michel ... thanks
Lisa Molomot ... thanks
Michael Mulcahy ... thanks
Philip A. Patterson ... special thanks (as Phil Patterson)
Nicola Pecorini ... special thanks
Joseph C. Pepe ... thanks (as Joseph Pepe)
Mary Lou Pepe ... thanks
Peter Pepe ... thanks (as Peter)
Berenice Reynaud ... thanks
Jean Rochefort ... special thanks
Sebastian Rotstein ... thanks (as Sebastien Rottstein)
Julia Short ... thanks
Helga Stephenson ... thanks
George Stoll ... thanks
Ted Sullivan ... thanks
Ann Tegnell ... thanks
Agnes Van ... thanks
Ella Von Schreitter ... special thanks
Maggie Weston ... thanks (as Maggie Gilliam)
Crew believed to be complete

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Plot Summary

Director Terry Gilliam is the latest filmmaker to try and bring Miguel de Cervantes y Saavedra's "Don Quixote de la Mancha" to the big screen, the movie to be called The Man Who Killed Don Quixote. Before filming even begins, Gilliam, who has moved from Hollywood studio to European financing, will have to scale back his vision as his budget has been slashed from $40 million to $32 million, still astronomical by European standards. But Gilliam is a dreamer, much like his title character, and his vision for the movie is uncompromising, meaning with the reduced budget that there is no margin for error and that some of his department heads may have to achieve miracles with their allotted moneys. During pre-production and actual filming, what Gilliam does not foresee is contractual and health issues with his actors, and the effects of Mother Nature. The question is does Gilliam have a Plan B if/when things go wrong. Written by Huggo

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Taglines They've got a story...but have lost the plot. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Verloren in La Mancha (Germany)
  • Perdidos en la Mancha (Spain)
  • Δον Κιχώτης χωρίς τέλος... (Greece)
  • Unelma Don Quijotesta (Finland)
  • Изгубен в Ла Манча (Bulgaria, Bulgarian title)
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Runtime
  • 93 min
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Box Office

Opening Weekend United Kingdom GBP42,824, 04 Aug 2002

Did You Know?

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Trivia Fulton and Pepe intended to make a television documentary about the development and pre-production of Terry Gilliam's long-awaited passion project. They had no idea that the story would develop into its own quixotic tragedy. After the project failed, Fulton and Pepe were wary of finishing their film until Gilliam said "someone has to get a film out of this. I guess it's going to be you." See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Episode #18.2 (2005). See more »
Crazy Credits Special Thanks to The Cast and Crew of "The Man Who Killed Don Quixote" See more »
Quotes Terry Gilliam: I want to know when we're fucked in advance, not in the middle of a shoot.
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