The Meaning of Life (1983)

What's It All About?

Fish in an aquarium contemplate life while watching their friend being eaten.

Directed by Terry Jones.

Released in 1983 by Universal.

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  • character-type: Friend
  • action: Eat
  • action: Greet
  • action: Watch
  • editors-choice: Licensable Clips
  • primary-genre: Comedy
  • primary-genre: Foreign
  • secondary-genre: British Movies
  • secondary-genre: Cult Comedies
  • secondary-genre: Comedies
  • secondary-genre: Satires
  • secondary-genre: British Comedies
  • mood: Witty
  • mood: Goofy
  • prop: Rock
  • prop: Dishes
  • prop: Fish
  • prop: Water
  • setting: Restaurant
  • theme: Life and Death
  • actor: Michael Palin
  • actor: Terry Gilliam
  • actor: Graham Chapman
  • actor: Eric Idle
  • actor: John Cleese
  • actor: Terry Jones
  • director: Terry Jones
  • producer: John Goldstone
  • cinematographer: Roger Pratt
  • cinematographer: Peter Hannan
  • composer: John Du Prez
  • editor: Julian Doyle
  • costume-designer: James Acheson
  • production-designer: Harry Lange
  • role-name: Fish #3
  • role-name: Fish #6
  • role-name: Fish #2
  • role-name: Fish #4
  • role-name: Fish #1
  • role-name: Fish #5
  • screenwriter: John Cleese
  • screenwriter: Terry Gilliam
  • screenwriter: Graham Chapman
  • screenwriter: Eric Idle
  • screenwriter: Michael Palin
  • screenwriter: Terry Jones
  • year: 1983
  • studio: Universal