Terry Gilliam On Black Panther: 'I Think The People Who Made It Have Never Been to Africa'Chris Menahan
Dec. 26, 2019
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The genius behind the 1985 dystopian sci-fi comedy-thriller "Brazil" is not a fan of "Black Panther."
"I hated 'Black Panther.' It makes me crazy. It gives young black kids the idea that this is something to believe in. Bullshit. It's utter bullshit. I think the people who made it have never been to Africa," [Terry Gilliam] said. "They went and got some stylist for some African pattern fabrics and things. But I just I hated that movie, partly because the media were going on about the importance of bullshit."There's no greater thought crime than pattern recognition in our liberal world order.
If you want a glimpse at life in Africa, check out Louis Theroux's BBC Two documentaries "Law and Disorder in Johannesburg" and "Law and Disorder in Lagos."
It's always entertaining watching Louie have his leftist illusions shattered.
Gilliam also had a good take on the Marvel Universe:
[...] [Gillum] cautioned that Disney and Marvel’s seemingly infinite resources could be put to better use. “If you are that powerful, you should be dealing with reality a bit more.” He also warned of what he believes to be the central lie peddled by such films, and the cultural threat it poses. “What I don’t like is that we all have to be superheroes do anything worthwhile. That’s what makes me crazy. That’s what these movies are saying to young people. And to me it’s not confronting the reality of, you know, the quote-unquote human condition. You know what it is like to be a normal human being in difficult situations and resolving them surviving,” he said. “I can’t fault them for the sheer spectacle, except it’s repetitive. You still have to blow up another city.”Pushing the narrative comes before all else.
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