I received the new disc of The Trial, and it has the (presumably) complete scene of Joseph K with Paxinou's scientist. Video quality of the scene is excellent; it opens with Hopkins working at a desk after all the other workers have filed out. He finishes his work, looks around, and begins jumping and skipping across the sea of desks, stopping when he is interrupted by Paxinou's entrance. The scene cuts to the two of them walking along the banks of computers and talking. It runs about six minutes and 20 seconds total. Only problem with the scene is this: It has no sound! There are no notes accompanying the scene to let us know if the soundtrack was lost or too badly damaged to use, and no description as to the dialogue.
The second disc includes the edited version from 1984, which runs about 7 minutes shorter and cuts the pinscreen prologue. Both versions of the film have the original English soundtrack, and the full version also contains a French track. French subtitles are not forced. The disc has a photo gallery of 34 photos and the French one sheet, and the French trailer is included. Finally, the documentary on the film and Kafka (but primarily the film) runs 30 minutes and not 38, as stated on the box. It features interviews with Edmond Richard and Sophie Becker, who both worked on the film, as well as a critic and a Kafka scholar.