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Trial, The (1992)
Starring: Anthony Hopkins, Kyle MacLachlan, Jason Robards
Director: David Jones
Category: Suspense / Thriller, Independent
Studio: Image Ent.
120 mins



On the morning of his 30th birthday, Josef K. wakes up to every person's worst nightmare when two strange men enter his home to place him under arrest.Bewildered by the reasoning of these two authorities, he doesn't take the charges seriously and attempts to carry on his life as usual.

When summoned to a hearing in an unfamiliar part of the city, however, K. refuses to accept the case being brought against him by the system.The more K. tries to fight the unnamed charges and take control of his unraveling life, the more confused and destructive things become.


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