Das Schloß (The Castle)
Das Schloß (The Castle) (1998)

From director Michael Haneke, THE CASTLE is both an engenious, perversely faithful interpretation of the master of alienation's novel, and a worthy companion to The Piano Teacher, Cache, and other films.

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: October 1, 1998
DVD Release Date: August 21, 2007
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Fernando F. Croce
Slant Magazine

It was just a matter of time before Michael Haneke and Franz Kafka crossed paths.

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Bruce Bruce
This Movie From Kino Video was part of the Toronto International Film Festival, Its a strange movie as many are from Kino Video. A man is hired to survey the… More
Walter M.
"The Castle" starts with K.(Ulrich Muhe), a land surveyor, arriving in a small town one night to start work for the local castle. The only room in… More
Marcus Woolcott
Haneke has never been the most easily accessible director and he doesn't break that trend here, he just further alienates.