"You're trying to prove that the universe is all for nothing!"
Sony Pictures has released the first TV spot for Terry Gilliam's new film, The Zero Theorem, which features a very crazy vision of the future. The film stars Christoph Waltz, and like all of Gilliam's films, it looks like it's going to be incredibly entertaining. The spot includes some new footage from the film along with some more insight into the story.
Terry Gilliam's latest creation focuses on Qohen Leth (Christoph Waltz) a reclusive computer genius living in a n undetermined future, who works as a programmer for the Orwellian organisation Corporation Mancom. He resides in an ancient derelict church, awaiting a phone call that will give meaning to his life. When the mysterious 'Management' summons him to crack the Zero Theorem, a formula that could answer everything, and the seductive Bainsley (Melanie Thierry) and the turbulent Bob (Lucas Hedges) barges into his controlled universe, Leth's existence is set to irrevocably change.
The film has not been given a release date in the U.S., but hopefully it gets one soon.