Terry Gilliam seems to be uncomfortable with unfinished work. He made good out of his Don Quixote project by putting together 'Lost in La Mancha', and the issue of sick and dying actors has come back to haunt him with Heath Ledger. With such work in the backlog, there's always catching up to do. I just wish he had tackled the Terry Pratchett/Neil Gaiman novel 'Good Omens'- A hilarious saga, that only Gilliam could give a chance at cinematic life. If you can read this, Terry, give it some more thought... please?