Throwback Thursday examines films from the past—“classic” films that might not be in the current cultural zeitgeist but can still be important, interesting, fun, or all of the above. What do you get when you take a little bit of George Orwell’s dystopian 1984, a pinch of noir, a healthy dose of bureaucratic nonsense, and a former animator-turned-director? It’s Terry Gilliam’s cult masterpiece, 1985’s Brazil. Coming out of the roles of animator and occasional actor for Monty Python’s Flying Circus,...