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Ana Karenjina

Ana Karenjina
Ana Karenjina Rating: 73 out of 100 based on 29 reviews.
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Keira Knightley

Anna Karenina
Jude Law

Karenin
Theo Morrissey

Grisha Oblonsky
Cecily Morrissey

Lili Oblonsky
Freya Galpin

Masha Oblonsky
Octavia Morrissey

Tanya Oblonsky
Beatrice Morrissey

Vasya Oblonsky
Marine Battier

Mlle. Roland
Bryan Hands

Mikhail Slyudin
производња
Director:Joe Wright
Producer:Tim Bevan (producer)
Alexandra Ferguson (co-producer)
Alexander Dostal (co-producer)
Paul Webster (producer)
Liza Chasin (executive producer)
Writer:Tom Stoppard (screenplay)
Leo Tolstoy (novel)
Критике за Ana Karenjina
Fresno Bee
Movies like "Anna Karenina" are what people mean when talking about Hollywood magic. Director Joe Wright has taken the much-told tale of the late 19th-century Russia heroine and cast a cinematic spell to make his film version as compelling...
ScreenWize
Director Joe Wright worked with Keira Knightley on heavyweight literary films Pride & Prejudice and Atonement, and this time the two tackle Tolstoy’s doorstop-sized novel Anna Karenina.
RedEye
The last time director Joe Wright (“Atonement,” “Hanna”) teamed with Keira Knightley on an adaptation of classic literature (“Pride and Prejudice”), she scored a Best Actress Oscar nod.
LarsenOnFilm
As if adapting Anna Karenina wasn’t challenge enough, screenwriter Tom Stoppard and director Joe Wright have added another burden to their chore: they’ve confined the Tolstoy tale within a 17th-century theater, so that most scenes take place...
Laramie Movie Scope
This classic story by Leo Tolstoy has been adapted to film many times, but I'll bet none of these adaptations were as clever and gorgeous-looking as this modern Joe Wright-directed (“Pride and Prejudice”) Tom Stoppard-written (“Shakespeare in Love”)...
Критике за Ana Karenjina
Fresno Bee
Movies like "Anna Karenina" are what people mean when talking about Hollywood magic. Director Joe Wright has taken the much-told tale of the late 19th-century Russia heroine and cast a cinematic spell to make his film version as compelling...
ScreenWize
Director Joe Wright worked with Keira Knightley on heavyweight literary films Pride & Prejudice and Atonement, and this time the two tackle Tolstoy’s doorstop-sized novel Anna Karenina.
RedEye
The last time director Joe Wright (“Atonement,” “Hanna”) teamed with Keira Knightley on an adaptation of classic literature (“Pride and Prejudice”), she scored a Best Actress Oscar nod.
LarsenOnFilm
As if adapting Anna Karenina wasn’t challenge enough, screenwriter Tom Stoppard and director Joe Wright have added another burden to their chore: they’ve confined the Tolstoy tale within a 17th-century theater, so that most scenes take place...
Laramie Movie Scope
This classic story by Leo Tolstoy has been adapted to film many times, but I'll bet none of these adaptations were as clever and gorgeous-looking as this modern Joe Wright-directed (“Pride and Prejudice”) Tom Stoppard-written (“Shakespeare in Love”)...
Aisle Seat
Every so often, a filmmaker will take a radically outside-the-box approach to telling a story. Marc Webb used conceptual asides to get inside the head of a lovesick Joseph Gordon-Levitt in (500) Days of Summer.
Three Movie Buffs
Anna Karenina has a long screen history dating back to 1910. Greta Garbo played the role twice, in a silent movie called Love, and then most famously in the critically acclaimed 1935 version produced by David O. Selznick, directed by Clarence Brown...
Mark Reviews Movies
It's slightly off-putting at first to see Leo Tolstoy's novel, which is well-regarded for its realism, interpreted in such a representational way. Director Joe Wright imagines the world of Imperial Russia in the 1870s as theater—both the art and...
stltoday.com
“Anna Karenina” is based on a big Russian novel by Leo Tolstoy and directed by Joe Wright, who has made two previous costume dramas with Keira Knightley: “Pride and Prejudice” and “Atonement.” Yet the medium it most evokes is not literature or cinema...
Cole Smithey
The Tom Stoppard-scripted "Anna Karenina" opens with a virtuosic display of orchestrated one-take linear camera movement to transport the viewer from a backstage theatrical reality to an adaptable cinematic experience. The daring bit of imaginative...
filmjabber
Anna Karenina is a romantic drama set in 19th century Russia, and Wright does his best to keep the movie from feeling anything like a traditional period piece. The first act is terrific as Wright develops the plot, characters and variety of...
iHaveNet.com
Like most alleged love-it-or-hate-it propositions, the new film version of "Anna Karenina" is neither. Rather, it's a half-success -- a baldly conceptual response to the Leo Tolstoy novel, with a heavy theatrical framework placed around the narrative...
Reel Views
Like Frankenstein and Hamlet, Anna Karenina is a literary touchstone that filmmakers return to on a regular basis. The first filmed version of the book was a 1910 German silent which has long since been lost to the ages.
Slant Magazine
In Leo Tolstoy's Anna Karenina, the eponymous heroine meets her demise with a good 50 pages to spare, leaving an entire section of the book to deal with not only the fallout of her death, but the resolution of the proto-existential crisis of the...
St. Petersburg Times
Knocking some stuffiness out of Leo Tolstoy's lit-class hurdle Anna Karenina, director Joe Wright atones for previously turning theaters into staid libraries. There's little of his slavish reverence for the written word that made snores of Atonement...
The A.V. Club
There’s no deadlier sort of movie than a stodgy literary adaptation. Thankfully, Joe Wright seems incapable of making one. When, at the far end of a long run of Jane Austen adaptations, another take on Pride & Prejudice seemed like the last...
Monsters and Critics
An updated, streamlined version of the Tolstoy classic will appeal to a younger demographic while the oldsters will stick to reading the book.
New York Post
A radical departure from the classic versions starring Greta Garbo and Vivien Leigh, Joe Wright’s “Anna Karenina” is a handsome, grandly theatrical reimagining of the Tolstoy novel starring his muse, Keira Knightley.
Sacramento News & Review
In Anna Karenina, director Joe Wright and writer Tom Stoppard assume that the viewer has at least a passing familiarity with Leo Tolstoy’s novel and with Russian literature.
Movie Web
Any two hours adaptation will not be able to properly articulate the story of Anna Karenina. Not even Joe Wright's endearing skills as a director could have lifted this story from under Tolstoy's palms.
News Blaze
First published in a literary magazine between 1873 and 1877 in a series of installments, Anna Karenina is a 1000+ page opus which chronicles the ill-fated affair between a St. Petersburg socialite and a strapping, young soldier.
CinemaBlend.com
Joe Wright's 2005 directorial debut Pride & Prejudice was more than just a stunning introduction to two formidable new talents (that would be both Wright and his star, Keira Knightley). It was a kind of call to arms for period pieces, a vivid reminder...
Film4
The first thing to say about Joe Wright's 2012 take on Leo Tolstoy's epic novel of doomed romance in Russian society is that it's unlikely to appeal to those with a taste for traditional costume drama.
Screen Jabber
Wright's new take on the oft told Tolstoy classic is vibrant and energetic, making it easily accessible to a 21st century audience. It's devoid of stuffiness and is in no way reverential towards its source material.
canada.com
There are moments in Joe Wright’s exquisitely artificial remounting of Anna Karenina when Keira Knightley stares at the camera in passionate close-up and we are invited to drink her in: the lush pout, the soft sculpt of her chin, the promise of her...
Shadows on the Wall
Anna Karenina Wright and Stoppard take an askance approach to Leo Tolstoy's classic novel, giving the story a theatrical spin that augments the setting and brings out the characters' feistiness. The icy approach drags in the second half, but it's...
Express.co.uk
AS autumn nears the idea of a sumptuous adaptation of Anna Karenina is very appealing, an all-enveloping David Lean-esque escape into glittering and wintry Imperial Russia.
View London
Strikingly imaginative and beautifully directed, Anna Karenina is a hugely enjoyable drama with a superb script and a terrific central performance from Keira Knightley. Unmissable.
TotalFilm.com
All the world’s a stage, some bloke once wrote. And the men and women in Joe Wright’s stylised take on Leo Tolstoy’s 19th-Century tome are merely players thanks to the Hanna director’s decision to base its melodramatic action within the confines of a...
Empire
If it doesn’t ultimately engage your heart as it might, Anna Karenina is period drama at its most exciting, intoxicating and modern. Spellbinding.
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Keira Knightley...Anna Karenina
Jude Law...Karenin
Matthew Macfadyen...Oblonsky
Eric MacLennan...Matvey
Kelly Macdonald...Dolly
Theo Morrissey...Grisha Oblonsky
Cecily Morrissey...Lili Oblonsky
Freya Galpin...Masha Oblonsky
Octavia Morrissey...Tanya Oblonsky
Beatrice Morrissey...Vasya Oblonsky
Marine Battier...Mlle. Roland
Guro Nagelhus Schia...Annushka
Aruhan Galieva...Aruhan
Carl Grose...Korney
Bryan Hands...Mikhail Slyudin
Holliday Grainger...Baroness
Shirley Henderson...Opera House Wife
Thomas Howes...Yashvin
Emily Watson...Countess Lydia Ivanova
Michelle Dockery...Princess Myagkaya
Olivia Williams...Countess Vronsky
Ruth Wilson...Princess Betsy Tverskoy
Domhnall Gleeson...Levin
Alicia Vikander...Kitty
Eros Vlahos...Boris
Alexandra Roach...Countess Nordston
Emerald Fennell...Princess Merkalova
Hera Hilmar...Varya
Bill Skarsgård...Makhotin
Tannishtha Chatterjee...Masha
Kenneth Collard...Prince Tverskoy
Sarine Sofair...Anna's Friend
Claire Greenway...Austrian Princess
Max Bennett...Petritsky
Conor McCarry...Young Peasant
Luke Newberry...Vasily Lukich
Buffy Davis...Agafia
Kyle Soller...Korsunsky
David Wilmot...Nikolai
James Northcote...Princess Betsy's Footman
Oskar McNamara...Serhoza
Gala Wesson...Kitchen Maid
Susanne Lothar...Princess Shcherbatsky
Jude Monk McGowan...Tuskevitch
Michael Shaeffer...Doorkeeper
Steven Beard...Elderly Waiter
Pip Torrens...Prince Shcherbatsky
Henry Lloyd-Hughes...Burisov
Joseph Macnab...Guards Officer
Nick Holder...Stationmaster
Arthur Nightingale...Oblonsky's Servant
Sam Cox...Kapitonich
Antony Byrne...Colonel Demin
Raphaël Personnaz...Alexander Vronsky
Cara Delevingne...Princess Sorokina
Bodil Blain...Princess Sorokina Senior
Steve Evets...Theodore
Giles King...Stremov
Martin Wimbush...Anna's Doctor
Duncan Wisbey...Shopkeeper
Jamie Beamish...Opera House Husband
Simon Muller...Opera House Manager
Nikolai Lester...Piano Prodigy
Tillie-Bett Grant...Baby Anya
Mike Shepherd...Wheel Tapper
Kostas Katsikis...Opera Fan (uncredited)
James Fiddy...Countess Lydia's Guest (uncredited)
Edward Lewis French...Dancer (uncredited)
Greg Bennett...Theatre Goer (uncredited)
Victoria Ley...Opera Fan (uncredited)
Stephanie Elstob...Dancer (uncredited)
Martin Poole...Opera Guest (uncredited)
Paul Ham...Michael (uncredited)
Gergo Brummel...Office Clerk (uncredited)
Jensen Freeman...Regimental Soldier (uncredited)
Denis Khoroshko...Ballroom Guest (uncredited)
Brian Niblett...Politician (uncredited)
Vicky McClure...Girl Harvesting (uncredited)
John Bradley...Austrian Prince (uncredited)
Jon Haydn...Office Clerk (uncredited)
производња
Director:Joe Wright
Producer:Tim Bevan (producer)
Alexandra Ferguson (co-producer)
Alexander Dostal (co-producer)
Paul Webster (producer)
Liza Chasin (executive producer)
Writer:Tom Stoppard (screenplay)
Leo Tolstoy (novel)
Composer:Dario Marianelli
Cinematographer:Seamus McGarvey
Editing:Melanie Oliver
Casting:Dixie Chassay
Jina Jay
Production Design:Sarah Greenwood
Art Director:Nick Gottschalk
Niall Moroney (supervising art director)
Tom Still
Thomas Brown
Set Decorator:Katie Spencer
Costume Design:Jacqueline Durran
Makeup:Jennie Cooper (crowd makeup trainee: dailies)
Roo Maurice (crowd hairdresser)
Candy Alderson (assistant makeup artist)
Sally Crouch (additional trainee makeup artist)
Sidony Etherton (hair and makeup junior assistant)
Suzanne Jansen (make-up artist: dailies)
Chris Lyons (special effects teeth)
Lisa Mustafa (additional hair and makeup artist)
Natalie Reid (additional make-up artist)
Andrew Simonin (crowd hairdresser)
Ivana Primorac (makeup designer)
Debbie Ormrod (daily makeup trainee)
Fran Needham (makeup artist)
Carolyn Cousins (make-up and hair)
Production Management:Tim Wellspring (unit production manager)
Sergey Yahontov (production manager)
Kate Fasulo (production supervisor: Working Title)
Tim Grover (post-production supervisor)
Josh Rappaport (post-production manager: Focus Features)
Компаније
Production Studio:Working Title Films
Studio Canal
Universal Pictures
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