As part of the publicity for the new Terry Gilliam film The Zero Theorem, there has been a series of featurettes released by Sony Pictures. The pick if the bunch is a short look at Gilliam, the brain behind the concept and execution of the film. It shows on little of ninety seconds just how much effort and imagination he puts in to the production on a daily basis.
From this it is not hard to see why it can be a frustrating process of getting a film off the ground. Gilliam has previously been in a situation, with The Man who Killed Don Quixote, where funding dried up during the production. It is difficult to picture just how frustrating this must e when you put in some much time and effort into a project.
You can read our review of The Zero Theorem here.