FINE ART FOR FILM ADDICTS

'The Meaning of Life' (1983)

Limited edition giclee printed on photo rag 308 gsm fine art paper

comedy musical


'The Meaning of Life' (1983) - film-art
'The Meaning of Life' (1983) - film-art
'The Meaning of Life' (1983) - film-art
'The Meaning of Life' (1983) - film-art
'The Meaning of Life' (1983) - film-art
'The Meaning of Life' (1983) - film-art
'The Meaning of Life' (1983) - film-art
'The Meaning of Life' (1983) - film-art
'The Meaning of Life' (1983) - film-art
'The Meaning of Life' (1983) - film-art
'The Meaning of Life' (1983) - film-art
'The Meaning of Life' (1983) - film-art
'The Meaning of Life' (1983) - film-art
'The Meaning of Life' (1983) - film-art
'The Meaning of Life' (1983) - film-art
'The Meaning of Life' (1983) - film-art
'The Meaning of Life' (1983) - film-art
'The Meaning of Life' (1983) - film-art
'The Meaning of Life' (1983) - film-art
'The Meaning of Life' (1983) - film-art
'The Meaning of Life' (1983) - film-art

Regular price £139.00 Sale

Please select a size and framing option

Preview Matinee Feature Blockbuster Premiere
Unframed Black White Oak



Notes on sizing

All measurements given are for the printed image only. To calculate the overall dimensions of a framed print please add 200mm to both the horizontal and vertical measurements.

Example: A print image that is specified as being 825mm x 351m will sit inside a frame that has the approximate outside dimensions of 1025mm x 551mm.

'The Meaning of Life' (1983)

Limited edition giclee printed on photo rag 308 gsm fine art paper

Director: Terry Jones, Terry Gilliam

Writers : Graham Chapman, John Cleese

Stars : John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle

Why are we here, what's it all about? The Monty Python-team is trying to sort out the most important question on Earth: what is the meaning of life? They do so by exploring the various stages of life, starting with birth. A doctor seems more interested in his equipment than in delivering the baby or caring for the mother, a Roman Catholic couple have quite a lot of children because 'every sperm is sacred'. In the growing and learning part of life, catholic schoolboys attend a rather strange church service and ditto sex education lesson. Onto war, where an officer's plan to attack is thwarted by his underlings wanting to celebrate his birthday and an officer's leg is bitten off by presumably an African tiger. At middle age a couple orders 'philosophy' at a restaurant, after which the film continues with live organ transplants. The autumn years are played in a restaurant, which, after being treated to the song 'Isn't It Awfully Nice to Have a Penis?' by an entertainer, sees the arrival ...