Terry Gilliam Presents 1884 Yesterday’s Future

This film is set to become a fantastic example of the science fiction sub-genre steampunk. 1884 is set in a Victorian steam-powered sci-fi world. Taking place in 1884 but meant to have been written in 1848, the film follows sepecial agent Captain Horatio Kitchengame on his adventures.

1884 is being created and directed by Tim Olive who worked with Terry Gilliam on, among many other things, the animations found in the Monty Python films. As a result Gilliam has agreed to represent the project.

It is yet to go into production…

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