As know as Franz Kafka's A
Country Doctor, or Kafuka: Inaka isha. It is a direct interpretation
of Franz Kafka's short story.
A country doctor is called to
tend to a patient who has suddenly taken ill on a snowy night. But
he can't set out since his horse dies. A stranger appears and offers
to lend his horses and cart. He turns to doctor's maid to
violate her soon after the doctor's departure.
The patient is a healthy-looking
young boy. Preoccupied with personal distractions, the doctor fails
to find what is revealed to be a vile at first glance. However, when the
bedclothes are pulled back, he finds a fatal wound on the
boy's abdomen. Unable to do anything he is humiliated by the
villagers. Suddenly he feels crushed by his powerlessness and losing