We’ve seen Terry Gilliam’s Brazil three times, and we’re still not sure what’s going on. Something about a dystopian future? A man named Sam Lowry is hired to investigate a printer jam that led to the accidental imprisonment and death of a regular citizen, Archibald Buttle, instead of a wanted terrorist, Archibald Tuttle. Is that what’s going on? We have no idea. The terrorist (played by Robert De Niro) is also an air-conditioner repairman who at one point helps Lowry fix his broken AC. Some people are arrested; other people fall into a bottomless casket during a funeral. Then things get really weird. Is Brazil supposed to be real, or is the entire story unfolding in the mind of its main character, a delusional, doped-up Lowry who has been declared clinically insane? Who knows.