Imperial Leatherosa’s review published on Letterboxd:
This is maybe the third time I've seen it and it's so dense and swift I doubt I'll ever truly take it all in. Multiple viewings has only made me love and appreciate it more.
Pryce is just perfect. Everyone is perfect, really. With a setting this strange it would be easy for any actor to break the reality a little by appearing lost or disinterested, but everyone seems to know exactly what they're making - which is no small feat considering people are still asking "What is Brazil?" long after it's been released.
The jokes all land and it's very funny, but Gilliam knows exactly when to hold on the discomfort. The threat of horror and violence are always just to the side of our periphery.
An insurmountable level of excellence.