Brilliant as always. I do wish Terry Gilliam called it 1984 and Half. It is debatable when the dream/tortured induced sequence actually takes over from the rest of the film. I find it very out of character for Jill to be waiting with the wig and bow across her alluring body after Sam deletes her from the computer. Of course plot-wise it makes the most sense for the dream to begin when Tuttle rescues Sam. I suppose after the revenge scene with central services, Sam is total within the world of his mind. An amazing film that is dead on.
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