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By Chris Gore | December 17, 2002

You gotta hand it to Terry Gilliam – not only is he a master filmmaker, but he’s not one to be easily swayed from his passion. After having his “Don Quixote” crash and burn, and having the whole ordeal caught on video by a couple of documentary filmmakers, he’s brushed himself off and is gearing up to try again.

Being called the first “un-making of” documentary, “Lost in La Mancha” follows Gilliam on his brief quest to bring “Don Quixote” to the screen until the entire production tragically folds.

Terry talks to us about his intended version of “Don Quixote,” and what he plans to do to make sure it gets made.

Get the interview in part two of TERRY GILLIAM: THE CURSE OF DON QUIXOTE>>>

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