The Trial (1962)
Mentioned by moderator Garry Moore during his introduction of guest panelist Tony Perkins.
Mentioned by name "The Trial".
Extensively discussed by Welles and audience
Mentioned by Jean-Marie Straub as another Kafka adaption.
Poster is shown.
Crow: "Compare 'The Trial' to a Kafka-esque Peter Graves in 'Beginning of the End.'"
Jim Garrison says: "(He) must have felt like Josef K. in Kafka's 'The Trial'. He's never told the reasons for his arrest".
The factory scene intentionally references the bank office set from Orson Welles' film.
Romy is in Paris filming this film in ROMY
The opening and closing credit sequences are an homage to the sequences in this earlier movie.
A DVD cover can be seen.
Mentioned in dialogue.
Franz Kafka's original novel is shown in the high school library.
"He works at the same place as Anthony Hopkins in The Trial."
movie within movie
Leslie Megahey mentions it. Also, photographs and footage of this movie are shown.
It is mentioned and discussed. Also, photographs and footage of this movie are shown.
It is mentioned and discussed. Also, footage of this movie is shown.
Domenico, Ulisse and Fulvio watch this movie on TV