Dave Karger
December 23, 2009 AT 05:01 AM EST

There’s certainly a lot of curiosity surrounding Terry Gilliam’s The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, which will forever be remembered as Heath Ledger’s last movie. The question is: Will that interest translate to box office sales? As the film is about to open in theaters, here’s my OscarWatch interview with Gilliam, in which the filmmaker discusses the origin of his trippy imagery, what Ledger was like on set, and how Johnny Depp singlehandedly kept his film from falling apart after Ledger’s death.

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