The Hamster Factor and Other Tales of Twelve Monkeys (1997)

Director
Keith Fulton; Louis Pepe

Main cast
Keith Fulton; Terry Gilliam; Brad Pitt; Christopher Plummer; Madeleine Stowe

Genres
Documentary

Description
A documentary following Terry Gilliam through the creation of "12 Monkeys"


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