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Have an open mind, He told them, and have fun. But God and His Son were quite puzzled why so many people in the Bible Belt community were so upset by "Life Of Brian"especially the ones who hadn't even bothered to SEE the frigging film for fear of being damned for all time.
And They both shook their heads in dismay. It's only a movie, They thought, and a very funny, harmless one at that.
Get a life! But God gave Monty Python's "Life Of Brian" the power to overcome such ridiculous adversity, and today, well over two decades later, the film is rightfully regarded as a comedy classic, and one of the Python's finest works.
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On the DVD commentary, Gilliam expresses pride in one set in particular, the main hall of Pilate's fortress , which had been designed so that it looked like an ancient synagogue that the Romans had converted by dumping their structural artefacts such as marble floors and columns on top.
He reveals his consternation at Jones for not paying enough attention to it in the cinematography. Gilliam also worked on the matte paintings, useful in particular for the very first shot of the three wise men against a star-scape and in giving the illusion of the whole of the outside of the fortress being covered in graffiti.
Perhaps the most significant contribution from Gilliam was the scene in which Brian accidentally leaps off a high building and lands inside a starship about to engage in an interstellar war.
This was done "in camera" using a hand-built model starship and miniature pyrotechnics, likely influenced by the recently released Star Wars. Afterwards, George Lucas met Terry Gilliam in San Francisco and praised him for his work.
The film was shot on location in Monastir , Tunisia , which allowed the production to reuse sets from Franco Zeffirelli 's Jesus of Nazareth Many locals were employed as extras on Life of Brian.
Director Jones noted, "They were all very knowing because they'd all worked for Franco Zeffirelli on Jesus of Nazareth , so I had these elderly Tunisians telling me, 'Well, Mr Zeffirelli wouldn't have done it like that, you know.
Graham Chapman, suffering from alcoholism , was so determined to play the lead role — at one point coveted by Cleese — that he dried out in time for filming, so much so that he also acted as the on-set doctor.
Following shooting between 16 September and 12 November ,  a two-hour rough cut of the film was put together for its first private showing in January Over the next few months Life of Brian was re-edited and re-screened a number of times for different preview audiences, losing a number of entire filmed sequences.
A number of scenes were cut during the editing process. Five deleted scenes , a total of 13 minutes, including the controversial "Otto", were first made available in on the Criterion Collection Laserdisc.
However, a number of them of varying quality were shown the following year on the Paramount Comedy Channel in the UK. The scenes shown included three shepherds discussing sheep and completely missing the arrival of the angel heralding Jesus's birth, which would have been at the very start of the film; a segment showing the attempted kidnap of Pilate's wife a large woman played by John Case whose escape results in a fistfight; a scene introducing hardline Zionist Otto, leader of the Judean People's Front played by Eric Idle and his men who practise a suicide run in the courtyard; and a brief scene in which Judith releases some birds into the air in an attempt to summon help.
The shepherds' scene has badly distorted sound, and the kidnap scene has poor colour quality. The most controversial cuts were the scenes involving Otto, initially a recurring character, who had a thin Adolf Hitler moustache and spoke with a German accent, shouting accusations of "racial impurity" at Judeans who were conceived as Brian was when their mothers were raped by Roman centurions , as well as other Nazi phrases.
The logo of the Judean People's Front, designed by Terry Gilliam,  was a Star of David with a small line added to each point so it resembled a swastika , most familiar in the West as the symbol of the anti-Semitic Nazi movement.
The rest of this faction also all had the same thin moustaches, and wore a spike on their helmets, similar to those on Imperial German helmets.
The official reason for the cutting was that Otto's dialogue slowed down the narrative. However, Gilliam, writing in The Pythons Autobiography by The Pythons , said he thought it should have stayed, saying "Listen, we've alienated the Christians, let's get the Jews now.
The only scene with Otto that remains in the film is during the crucifixion sequence. Otto arrives with his "crack suicide squad", sending the Roman soldiers fleeing in terror.
Instead of doing anything useful, they "attack" by committing mass suicide in front of the cross "Zat showed 'em, huh?
Terry Jones once mentioned that the only reason this excerpt was not cut too was due to continuity reasons, as their dead bodies were very prominently placed throughout the rest of the scene.
He acknowledged that some of the humour of this sole remaining contribution was lost through the earlier edits, but felt they were necessary to the overall pacing.
Otto's scenes, and those with Pilate's wife, were cut from the film after the script had gone to the publishers, and so they can be found in the published version of the script.
Also present is a scene where, after Brian has led the Fifth Legion to the headquarters of the People's Front of Judea, Reg John Cleese says "You cunt!!
You stupid, bird-brained, flat-headed Cleese approved of this editing as he felt the reaction to the four-letter word would "get in the way of the comedy.
An early listing of the sequence of sketches reprinted in Monty Python: The Case Against by Robert Hewison reveals that the film was to have begun with a set of sketches at an English public school.
The song " All Things Dull and Ugly " and the parody scripture reading "Martyrdom of St. Victor" were performed on Monty Python's Contractual Obligation Album The idea of a violent rugby match between school masters and small boys was filmed in Monty Python's The Meaning of Life A sketch about a boy who dies at school appeared on the unreleased The Hastily Cobbled Together for a Fast Buck Album An album was also released by Monty Python in in conjunction with the film.
In addition to the " Brian Song " and " Always Look on the Bright Side of Life ", it contains scenes from the film with brief linking sections performed by Eric Idle and Graham Chapman.
The album opens with a brief rendition of " Hava Nagila " on Scottish bagpipes. A CD version was released in An album of the songs sung in Monty Python's Life of Brian was released on the Disky label.
Its popularity became truly evident in during the Falklands War when sailors aboard the destroyer HMS Sheffield , severely damaged in an Argentinean Exocet missile attack on 4 May, started singing it while awaiting rescue.
One of its more famous renditions was by the dignitaries of Manchester 's bid to host the Olympic Games , just after they were awarded to Sydney.
Idle later performed the song as part of the Summer Olympics closing ceremony. The song is a staple at Iron Maiden concerts, where the recording is played after the final encore.
For the original British and Australian releases, a spoof travelogue narrated by John Cleese, Away From It All , was shown before the film itself.
It consisted mostly of stock travelogue footage and featured arch comments from Cleese. For instance, a shot of Bulgarian girls in ceremonial dresses was accompanied by the comment "Hard to believe, isn't it, that these simple happy folk are dedicated to the destruction of Western Civilisation as we know it!
Not only was this a spoof of travelogues per se , it was a protest against the then common practice in Britain of showing cheaply made banal short features before a main feature.
It was the highest grossing British film in North America that year. Released on 8 November in the UK,  the film was the fourth highest-grossing film in Britain in On 30 April , Life of Brian was re-released on five North American screens to "cash in" as Terry Jones put it  on the box office success of Mel Gibson 's The Passion of the Christ.
A DVD of the film was also released that year. Reviews from critics were mostly positive on the film's release.
Movie historian Leonard Maltin reported that "This will probably offend every creed and denomination equally, but it shouldn't.
The funniest and most sustained feature from Britain's bad boys. It makes no difference that some of the routines fall flat because there are always others coming along immediately after that succeed.
If only it were! One might find it easier to keep from nodding off. Over time, Life of Brian has regularly been cited as a significant contender for the title "greatest comedy film of all time", and has been named as such in polls conducted by Total Film magazine in ,  the British TV network Channel 4 where it topped the poll in the 50 Greatest Comedy Films ,  and The Guardian in A poll by Time Out magazine ranked it as the third greatest comedy film ever made, behind Airplane!
The BFI declared Life of Brian to be the 28th best British film of all time, in their equivalent of the original AFI's Years It was the seventh highest ranking comedy on this list four of the better placed efforts were classic Ealing Films.
Various polls have voted the line, "He's not the Messiah, he's a very naughty boy! Richard Webster comments in A Brief History of Blasphemy that "internalised censorship played a significant role in the handling" of Monty Python's Life of Brian.
In his view, "As a satire on religion, this film might well be considered a rather slight production. As blasphemy it was, even in its original version, extremely mild.
Yet the film was surrounded from its inception by intense anxiety, in some quarters of the Establishment, about the offence it might cause. As a result it gained a certificate for general release only after some cuts had been made.
Perhaps more importantly still, the film was shunned by the BBC and ITV, who declined to show it for fear of offending Christians in the UK.
Once again a blasphemy was restrained — or its circulation effectively curtailed — not by the force of law but by the internalisation of this law.
A member of Harrogate council , one of those that banned the film, revealed during a television interview that the council had not seen the film, and had based their opinion on what they had been told by the Nationwide Festival of Light , a grouping with an evangelical Christian base, of which they knew nothing.
In New York the film's release in the US preceded British distribution , screenings were picketed by both rabbis and nuns "Nuns with banners!
In the UK, Mary Whitehouse , and other traditionalist Christians, pamphleteered and picketed locations where the local cinema was screening the film, a campaign that was felt to have boosted publicity.
One of the most controversial scenes was the film's ending: Brian's crucifixion. Many Christian protesters said that it was mocking Jesus' suffering by turning it into a "Jolly Boys Outing" such as when Mr Cheeky turns to Brian and says: "See, not so bad once you're up!
This is reinforced by the fact that several characters throughout the film claim crucifixion is not as bad as it seems.
For example, when Brian asks his cellmate in prison what will happen to him, he replies: "Oh, you'll probably get away with crucifixion".
In another example, Matthias, an old man who works with the People's Front of Judea, dismisses crucifixion as "a doddle" and says being stabbed would be worse.
The director, Terry Jones, issued the following riposte to this criticism: "Any religion that makes a form of torture into an icon that they worship seems to me a pretty sick sort of religion quite honestly.