Actor: Albert Welch,Alison Jane Hierlihy,Andrew Bicknell,Andrew MacLachlan,Angela Mann,Anthony Lang,Billy John,Bonnie Bryg,Cameron Miller,Carol Cleveland,Carole Anne Stevenson,Caroline Meacher,Charlotte Corbett,Chick Fowles,Chris Grant,Cy Town,Dawn Gerrard,Dominique Wood,Donna Fielding,Donnette Goddard,Douglas Cooper,Emma-Kate Davies,Eric Francis,Eric Idle,Eric Stovell,Floyd Anthony Pearce,Fred Wood,Gareth Milne,Garry Noakes,Geoff Davids,George Daly,George Silver,Gerald Paris,Gess Whitfield,Graham Chapman,Guy Bertrand,Guy Standeven,Heavon Grant,Helen Mason,Imogen Bickford-Smith,Jack Armstrong,Jane Eve,Jane Leeves,Jennie Franks,John Cleese,John Murphy,John Scott Martin,John Simpkin,Juba Kennerley,Judy Loe,Keith Macey,Kerri Murphy,Kim Elizabeth Leeson,Larry Noble,Laura James,Lee Sheward,Len Marten,Leslie Sarony,Lizie Saunderson,Lorraine Meacher,Lorraine Whitmarsh,Luke Baxter,Lynne Hazelden,Maddie Loftin,Mark Holmes,Matt Frewer,Michael Palin,Michelle Mackie,Michelle Welch,Monty Python,Myrtle Devenish,Natascha Gilbrooke,Paddy Ryan,Patricia Quinn,Paul Bourke,Paul Madden,Peter Lovstrom,Peter Mantle,Peter Merrill,Peter Salmon,Reg Thomason,Robert Carrick,Robin Hewlett,Ronald Shilling,Ross Davidson,Roy Hamlyn Gayle,Russell Kilmister,Sandra Easby,Sean Maguire,Simon Jones,Stephen Beasley,Steve St. Klonis,Sue Menhenick,Sydney Arnold,Tammy Needham,Terry Gilliam,Terry Grant,Terry Jones,Terry Rendell,Tim Douglas,Timothy Ward,Tommy Isley,Trudy Pack,Valerie Whittington,Voyd,Wally Thomas,Wanda Rokicki
The comedy team takes a look at life in all of its stages in their own uniquely silly way.
“The Meaning of Life” is a 1983 British comedy film directed by Terry Jones and Terry Gilliam, and it was produced by Michael White. The film is a collection of comedic sketches that aim to explore the meaning of life from different perspectives, such as birth, death, and everything in between.
The film features the comedic talents of the Monty Python troupe, who portray various characters throughout the sketches. The film is known for its irreverent humor and satirical commentary on various aspects of modern society.
While the film does not necessarily provide a straightforward answer to the question of the meaning of life, it does offer various comedic and philosophical perspectives on the topic, inviting viewers to ponder and question their own beliefs and values. Overall, “The Meaning of Life” is a hilarious and thought-provoking film that continues to entertain and engage audiences over 30 years after its initial release.