Terry's sudden illness prevented him from attending court to find out the verdict regarding the legal dispute with Paulo, who initially worked with Terry on the film.
Indiewire reports, via sources close to the production, that Amazon Studios, which was in line to distribute the movie, will now not handle the U.S. release of the film. This comes despite Amazon's significant investment in the project. In Cannes a year ago, Branco said that Gilliam had been making the film - which wrapped production in June 2017 - illegally, with Alfama Films owning its exclusive rights.
"The guy Who Killed Don Quixote" is still your narrative of a modern-day advertisements executive called Toby who matches an elderly Spanish cobbler who considers himself to be Don Quixote.
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The legendary polymath and maker of such screen classics as "Time Bandits" and "Brazil" reportedly suffered a suspected minor stroke at his London home last weekend but was later released from hospital.
Well it's good news/bad news now.
The Portuguese-born producer last week tried to obtain a court order stopping the film, which features "Star Wars" actor Adam Driver and Jonathan Pryce, from being shown at Cannes and released in France. The pair embark on a freaky journey, jumping back and forth in time between the 21st and magical 17th century. Fantasy and reality become fuzzy. The tale culminates in a phantasmagorical and emotional finale where Toby takes on the mantle of Don Quixote de la Mancha. Gerardo Herrero, Mariela Besuievsky, Amy Gilliam, Tornasol Films, Kinology, Recorded Picture Company, Entre Chien et Loup and Ukbar Filmes in association with Alacran Pictures, are producing with the participation of TVE, Movistar +, Eurimages and Wallimage.