Lost in La Mancha Movie Information

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Overall Rank: 2811

Average Rating: 2.9/4

# of Ratings: 25

Theatrical Release Date: 01/31/2003

Language: English

Genre: Documentary

MPAA Rating: R

Director: Keith Fulton, Louis Pepe

Actors: Jeff Bridges, Terry Gilliam, Tony Grisoni, Ray Cooper, Philip A. Patterson, René Cleitman

Plot: This documentary chronicles screenwriter and director Terry Gilliam's repeatedly failed attempts to bring the story of Don Quixote to the big screen.

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Snoogans - wrote on 02/21/2012

You know those feature length behind-the-scenes documentaries that sometimes come in a two-disc dvd set? Well, this is that second disc. The only difference here is that there was no actual movie to begin with. It's like witnessing the destruction of a movie from the inside out. If you are one of those (like me) who enjoy watching all of the B.T.S. features, then you should check this out.

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Ghost Seed - wrote on 06/23/2008

A heart breaking look at the difficult life of a film maker - especially one whose imagination is bigger than Hollywood. Though the story of the constant hardships Gilliam has endured just to see his movies completed (and in some cases fail) is fascinating, you need not be a fan. Anyone with an interest in Don Quixote, or the artistic process behind movies will come out of it with something. Perhaps what is most interesting/sad is getting a glimpse at how amazing The Man Who Killed Don Quixote could have been.

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"Lost In La Mancha" by Yojimbo

Yojimbo - wrote on 02/12/2012

Lost In La Mancha is a video diary of Terry Gilliam's attempt to make his adaptation of Don Quixote in which a modern day advertising executive finds himself transported back in time and mistaken for Quixote's faithful companion Sancho Panza. Failing to get financial backing from Hollywood because of the shadow of his one heroic failure Baron Munchausen looming over his head (despite the fact that he had made financial successes before and since), he tried to make the film using European money and although he was forced to work with half the budget he would have liked, it was actually shaping up quite nicely. Unfortunately a catalogue of catastrophes plagued the film in the first week of shooting, from the set being buzzed by F-16s to the star being diagnosed with a double hernia. Not to …

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