Dir. Orson Wells (1962).
Orson Welles ransacked his bag of tricks in this highly idiosyncratic and enjoyably hokey Kafka travesty, shot half in an empty Paris railway station and half in the outskirts of Zagreb, with Anthony Perkinsstill reeling from Psychoas the hapless Joseph K.
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