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Franz and Kafka

Australia, 1996 (MIFF 1997, Fiction)

Director: Matthew Saville

Two Czechoslavakian bachelors end an unhappy collaboration on a short novel about poverty, vermin and anti-semitism. An imaginative interpretation of Franz Kafka's writing put to film.

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