This Essay Analyzes how the Movie "Kafka" Is Kafkaesque
In the formation of the movie "Kafka", the creators did as much as they could to make it Kafkaesque. For something to be Kafkaesque it must first of all have a sense of obscurity and/or surrealism. One can plainly see that this is true by reading any of his work, in particular "The Metamorphosis." Also part of the definition of Kafkaesque are: comic absurdity, weariness of routine or meeting peoples expectations alienation, disconnectedness and futility. Through use of setting, characters, and plot, the creators accomplished making this film as Kafkaesque as possible.
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