Decided to revisit an old favourite of mine, Terry Gilliam's 1991 drama The Fisher King. It's a little on-the-nose in places, but Gilliam manages to take the difficult subject matter of mental disorder and temper it with humour, tragedy, romance & redemption. The whole thing's held together by his vivid, often grotesquely exaggerated depictions of New York that (through the veil of Williams' psychosis) sees fantasy and reality meet, plus there's some great performances from all four major characters. Jeff Bridges, in particular, really commits to his role as a sleazebag struggling to take responsibility for his actions, but Robin Williams' turn is the more memorable one, all manic charm the one minute, touching sincerity the next. Also, Amanda Plummer is just adorable. A flawed, yet beautiful film that's often undeservedly overlooked in the career of Gilliam, Bridges & Williams.