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Josef K. (Character)
from The Trial (1993)
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- The Trial (1993) Played by Kyle MacLachlan
- "Ten Great Writers of the Modern World"
... aka "The Modern World: Ten Great Writers" - UK (original title)
- Franz Kafka's 'The Trial' (1988) TV episode, Played by Tim Roth (as Joseph K.)
- The Trial (1962) Played by Anthony Perkins
... aka "Le procès" - France (original title)
- Prosessen (1962) (TV) Played by Espen Skjønberg (as Joseph K.)
Titorelli: You see, in definite acquittal, all the documents are annulled. But with ostensible acquittal, your whole dossier continues to circulate. Up to the higher courts, down to the lower ones, up again, down. These oscillations and peregrinations, you just can't figure 'em.
Joseph K.: No use in trying either, I suppose.
Titorelli: Not a hope. Why, I've known cases of an acquitted man coming home from the court and finding the cops waiting there to arrest him all over again. But then, of course, theoretically it's always possible to get another ostensible acquittal.
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