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Adaptation of Franz Kafka's Amerika in development for 2009

16 October 2008 1:48 PM, PDT | QuietEarth.us | See recent QuietEarth news »

"My intention was, as I now see, to write a Dickens novel, enriched by the sharper lights which I took from our modern times, and by the pallid ones I would have found in my own interior." -- Kafka

I haven't read "Amerika" yet but I know that it was published after Kafka's death in 1927. Apparently it's not quite as surreal as many of his other works like "Metamorphosis" or "The Trial" but still makes great use of putting protagonists in bizarre situations as a major theme.

The story describes the bizarre wanderings of a 16-year-old European emigrant named Karl Rossmann in the United States, who was forced to go to New York to escape the scandal of his seduction by a housemaid. As the ship arrives in America, he becomes friends with a stoker who is about to be dismissed from his job.

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"What's your favorite movie?"

4 September 2008 11:27 AM, PDT | blogs.suntimes.com/ebert | See recent Roger Ebert's Blog news »

All movie critics are asked two inevitable questions: (1) "How many movies do you see in a week?" and (2) "What's the greatest film of all time?" Gene Siskel found that it didn't matter what his reply to (1) was: "I can say one or a dozen--it doesn't matter. The real answer is between four and ten, but they don't really care." The answer to (2), as we all know, is "Citizen Kane." When naming that film, I sometimes even joke, "That's the official answer." The most respected "best film" list in the world is the one the UK film magazine "Sight & Sound" runs every 10 years. They poll the world's directors, critics, festival heads, archivists and others. Ever since 1962, the top film has been "Kane."

"Citizen Kane" is arguably the most important film, for two reasons: It consolidated the film language up until 1941 and broke new ground in such areas as deep focus, complex sound, »

- Roger Ebert

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