At last!

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After 17 years’ pro­duc­tion, Terry Gil­liam has fi­nally wrapped The Man Who Killed Don Quixote project, which may be the long­est movie in the mak­ing of all time. The Monty Python star took to Face­book to an­nounce the news. «Sorry for the long si­lence,» said Gil­liam. «I’ve been busy pack­ing the truck and am now head­ing home. After 17 years, we have com­pleted the shoot of The Man Who Killed Don

Quixote. Muchas gra­cias to all the team and be­liev­ers. «QUIXOTE VIVE!» The film first earned its rep­u­ta­tion for be­ing cursed, after Gil­liam strug­gled to find fi­nan­cial back­ing when he first tried to make the movie in 2000.

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