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The trial film
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The Trial () is a dream-logic black comedy drama film directed by Orson Welles, who also wrote the screenplay based on the novel of the same name by. An unassuming office worker is arrested and stands trial, but he is never made aware of his charges. Taglines: A Film of Enormous Visual Panache! See more . Bob Gunton and Rance Howard in The Trial () Matthew Modine and Bob Gunton in This film is a quiet little intimate tale about the justice system in all its .
Seemed like a good idea, but not to the Great One, who rumbled that he had made a great many films other than "Kane" and was tired of talking. While Welles considered The Trial one of his finest films, this enthusiasm is not universally shared; even his most fervent admirers have been known to emerge. The Trial Photos There's nary a big surprise, but I defy anyone who sees this film to leave without a warm Audience Reviews for The Trial.
Welles, who hadn't directed a movie since A Touch of Evil in , chose Franz Kafka's novel The Trial. The picture was shot on a modest. SYNOPSIS: The film, based on Franz Kafka's posthumously published novel The Trial () is about a man, Josef K, who is arrested and put on trial, but never.