Orson Welles' 1962 Kafka adaptation: "When I was doing the film I was reading a lot of Kafka, a lot of the short stories -- they're wonderful. I think Welles really captured that spirit. I remember 'The Trial' from when it opened. But it's a matter of visuals -- labyrinths and hallways. And a sense of everybody knows more than you do, you don't know exactly what's going on, and your life depends on it."