N.p. N.p., Circa 1991. Vintage matte finish reference photograph of Steven Soderberg on the set of the 1991 film. Printed snipe, "PPCM," and "Reuters/Corbis-Bettmann" labels on verso.
Loosely based on the life of Franz Kafka combined with elements from Kafka's novels "The Castle" (1926) and "The Trial" (1925).
Soderbergh's second feature film, experimental in concept and execution, was a box office disappointment which has since become a cult favorite, frequently compared in theme, tone, and execution, to Terry Gilliam's 1985 film "Brazil," and David Cronenberg's 1991 "Naked Lunch."
An insurance clerk, Mr. Kafka (Jeremy Irons), becomes involved with an underground terrorist group attempting to bring down a secret organization controlling society.
Set in 1919 Prague, shot on location in Prague, Czech Republic.
8 x 10 inches, wide bottom margin. Very light creasing in right margin, else Near Fine.