Terry Gilliam's BRAZIL is about the wildest 142 minute ride imaginable. Think 1984 done as a perverse but charming comedy. Jonathan Pryce plays Sam Lowry, a bored but efficient bureaucrat, whose vivid dream life helps compensate for his dull but harried reality. Jill Layton (the elusive Kim Greist) is the woman who haunts his dreams before they ever meet. Theirs is one of the oddest and most beguiling romantic pairings ever captured on celluloid. It's a romance that mirrors the absurdity of the fantastical, dysfunctional universe that is BRAZIL. That Criterion chose BRAZIL to be part of its elite collection of films is understandable, considering the grandiosity of its vision. And this eye-popping high-definition digital transfer brings all of it's lush, baroque imagery into hyper-focus, making for an exquisite viewing experience surpassed by none.