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The Trial

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Directed by Orson Welles and starring by Anthony Perkins, Arnoldo Foà, Jess Hahn, the film revolves around an unassuming office worker. He is arrested and stands trial, but he is never made aware of his charges.
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CRITICS OF "The Trial"
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TV Guide
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August 29, 2006

Welles applied his bravura directorial style to Kafka's landmark 1925 novel about Joseph K (Perkins), an office clerk who gets arrested without being told why.
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Empire Magazine
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February 29, 2012

Overwhelmingly bleak, but exciting cinema.
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New York Times

May 10, 2005

At best, it is another demonstration of the camera vers atility of Mr. Welles; at worse, a further Kafka demonstration extending to the demanding medium of the screen.
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Cinemania
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June 19, 2006

While not exactly Kafka, every inch of it is most certainly Welles
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Village Voice

October 30, 2002

The Trial is splendid to look at and teeming with ideas about the individual, society, and of course, film itself.
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Parallax View
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June 20, 2015

The legal system is a literal maze in Welles' visualization and the disparate locations all lead back to one another.
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Chicago Reader
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April 06, 2007

Though debatable as an adaptation of the Franz Kafka novel, Orson Welles's nightmarish, labyrinthine comedy of 1962 remains his creepiest and most disturbing work; it's also a lot more influential than people usually admit.
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Film4
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February 29, 2012

Labyrinthine, stylized and tragicomic, this adaptation of Kafka's novel sees Welles at his funniest, and his most despairing.
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San Francisco Chronicle
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January 01, 2000

The more Joseph tries to understand, the more impenetrable it becomes.
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Film Threat

July 27, 2007

Orson Welles' bounced Czech, via Kafka. Not the masterpiece that many Welles fanatics claim, but intriguing and outrageous enough for genuine appreciation.
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Time Out
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February 09, 2006

The blackest of Welles' comedies.
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Chicago Sun-Times
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January 01, 2000

Above all a visual achievement, an exuberant use of camera placement and movement and inventive lighting.
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