Michael Haneke's masterful adaptation of Kafka's seminal novel is a chilling existential enquiry into alienation available here for the first time as a stand-alone DVD. A land surveyor is summoned to a remote village by the local government housed in 'The Castle'. But when he arrives he is unable to persuade the locals of his legitimacy and finds himself in an absurd spiral of provincial bureaucracy that soon becomes a surreal all-encompassing nightmare.
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Existential drama directed by Michael Haneke and adapted from the novel by Franz Kafka. Land surveyor, K. (Ulrich Mühe), arrives at a small village that houses a castle. Though he was invited to the castle by officials, authorities refuse to allow him to enter and befuddle him with increasingly bizarre bureaucratic obstacles. K. grows perplexed by this and ultimately feels alienated from the society he has entered into.