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Comedian, Actor and Filmmaker Terry Jones is the director of 'Monty Python and the Holy Grail' (1975), 'Life of Brian' (1979) and 'The Meaning of Life' (1983). He is a member of Monty Python. He writes exclusively for Pure Movies outlining exactly what happens in his latest film 'Absolutely Anything'.
"Out back was the warehouse, no glass in the windows, the corrugated metal walls heaving in, the vast open space inside filled whorls and twists, clumps, a sea of tangled film you had to wade through. It looked like an art exhibition. But it wasn’t. It was a travesty." - Dr. Garth Twa explores the Transylvanian Film Festival...