“Brazil” Theatrical & Director’s Cut Comparison
This is a shot-by-shot comparison between the theatrical and director’s cut of the movie. You can explore the matching, moved and deleted fragments on the timeline chart below.
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|Theatrical cut length||2 h. 11 min.|
|Director’s cut length||2 h. 23 min.|
|Added in director’s cut||19 min. 15 sec.|
|Moved||1 min. 53 sec.|
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