and Fredric March. Another time in 1947, it was made for T.V. with Vivian Leigh and Bolshoi ballet. Then again in 1995
with Jacqueline Biset, and Christopher Reeves. This new version of the classic is nothing like any of the old movies and I was surprised at Joe Wright’s usual and directive way of telling this tragic love story.Anna married when she was 18, and is stuck in a love less marriage. Returning home to Moscow, Anna is introduced to a military officer Alexi Vronsky (Aaron Taylor Johnson) It was love at first sight for both. Due to the erotic obsession, driven by passion, Anna finds herself pregnant with Vronsky’s child, confesses to Karenin and pays dearly. Because of the ridged society in which the aristocrats lived, Anna is a fallen woman, she is shunned, by her friends, and then loses her beloved son. After this, she takes to her bed with
an unknown illness.
My belief is Tolstoy was writing about the meaning of life….” You can not build happiness on someone elses pain.” Wright asks the question to be good or bad, and the cost to both. “What a terrible life we lead, when we practice to deceive.”
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