Hey guys! The new Terry Gilliam film is out! It's called The Wholly Family. The film is a twenty minute commercial for Garofalo pasta (a pasta who hasn't been in many movies since her Reality Bites heyday). Don't let the film's nature as an advertisement deter you: It's about as Gilliam as a film can possibly get, filled with noticeably wild camera movies, lots of weird imagery, and a healthy distrust of pretty much everything adult. I love it, and that's from someone who generally finds pasta boring.
If you need a plot synopsis to help you decide whether or not to watch a free, brand new Terry Gilliam film, then A) That's too bad, and B) It's about a little shit who hates his parents and goes on a kind of A Christmas Carol journey toward self-little-shit-actualization, helped by a bunch of guys on their way to an Eyes Wide Shut party at your mom's house.
The film actually played the festival circuit in Europe for a while, if you're still hung up on it being a commericial. It finally appeared online here in America a couple days ago, but no one seems to be talking about it much. It's cool, it's creepy, it's super Italian, it won't cost you a dime, and it's Terry Gilliam. What more do you want? Watch it.