He was one of the best American radio provocateurs.
Until one day one of his enthusiastic listeners, armed with a rifle, carry out a massacre into a restaurant.
Years later he is a man adrift with no job and no purpose.
Until coincidentally, he meets a homeless man who was in love with one of the victims of the shooting.
He too fell into madness after the drama, believing he was a Knight on a mission on behalf of God.
Together they will go in search of the Holy Grail in a New York as crazy as they are.
Directed by the usual impeccable Terry Gilliam in a very big production that does not forget the themes most dear to him.
Honesty, integrity and happiness before money and power and above all giving a voice to the beautiful madmen who live on the margins of our society.
Given these points, The Fisher King is a 90s classic that is a must have in any collection.