Franz Kafka’s It’s A Wonderful Life

Franz Kafka’s It’s A Wonderful Life ★ to ★★★
This is actually a set of four shorts. The first receives a 4-star, (It’s a Wonderful Life), the story of a tormented Franz trying to write the Metamorphosis, but constantly being disturbed by neighbors and people knocking at the door. It finally ends in a “Wonderful Life” fashion, with all the players now quite happy. The second film (Seven Gates) was a rather boring story of two brothers as they drive home after years of being away. The third film (The Deal) was awful and too obscene to even finish watching. The fourth (Mr. McAllister’s Cigarette Holder) was an entertaining story of a southern hick affixed to his cigarette holder. All in all, only the first was really funny, so wouldn’t advise anyone wasting their time to watch.