Anna Karenina (2012)

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TitleAnna Karenina
Year2012
CountryUnited Kingdom
GenreHistory (Movies)
Run Time2h 10 min
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In the Russian Empire in 1874, Princess Darya, nicknamed “Dolly”, banishes her unfaithful husband Prince Stephan “Stiva” Oblonsky. Stiva’s sister, Anna Karenina, a socialite living in Saint Petersburg with her older husband Count Alexei Karenin, and son Seryozha, travels to Moscow to persuade Dolly to forgive her brother. Stiva meets old friend Konstantin Levin, a landowning aristocrat despised by Moscow’s elite for preferring the countryside to city life. Levin says he loves Stiva’s sister-in-law, Princess Kitty, and Stiva encourages him to propose. Kitty declines as she hopes to marry Count Alexei Vronsky, a wealthy officer. Levin meets his older brother Nikolai, who has renounced his inheritance and married Masha, a prostitute. Nikolai suggests Levin marry a peasant. On the train, Anna meets Vronsky’s mother, Countess Vronskaya, isolated by her own infidelity.

Anna meets Vronsky and they are instantly attracted to each other. Anna eventually convinces Dolly to take Stiva back. At a ball, Kitty attempts to dance with Vronsky, but he prefers Anna, upsetting Kitty. Vronsky tells Anna he must be wherever she goes. Vronsky and Anna soon begin to stir gossip. Despite the fact that he has a promotion awaiting him in Tashkent, Anna persuades him to stay. They later meet and make love. Stiva informs Levin that Kitty and Vronsky will not be married. Levin focuses on country life and contemplates marrying a worker’s daughter.

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Cast:

Keira Knightley Keira Knightley
Anna Karenina
Jude Law Jude Law
Karenin
Ruth Wilson Ruth Wilson
Princess Betsy Tverskoy
Olivia Williams Olivia Williams
Countess Vronsky
Emily Watson Emily Watson
Countess Lydia Ivanova

In the Russian Empire in 1874, Princess Darya, nicknamed “Dolly”, banishes her unfaithful husband Prince Stephan “Stiva” Oblonsky. Stiva’s sister, Anna Karenina, a socialite living in Saint Petersburg with her older husband Count Alexei Karenin, and son Seryozha, travels to Moscow to persuade Dolly to forgive her brother. Stiva meets old friend Konstantin Levin, a landowning aristocrat despised by Moscow’s elite for preferring the countryside to city life. Levin says he loves Stiva’s sister-in-law, Princess Kitty, and Stiva encourages him to propose. Kitty declines as she hopes to marry Count Alexei Vronsky, a wealthy officer. Levin meets his older brother Nikolai, who has renounced his inheritance and married Masha, a prostitute. Nikolai suggests Levin marry a peasant. On the train, Anna meets Vronsky’s mother, Countess Vronskaya, isolated by her own infidelity.

Anna meets Vronsky and they are instantly attracted to each other. Anna eventually convinces Dolly to take Stiva back. At a ball, Kitty attempts to dance with Vronsky, but he prefers Anna, upsetting Kitty. Vronsky tells Anna he must be wherever she goes. Vronsky and Anna soon begin to stir gossip. Despite the fact that he has a promotion awaiting him in Tashkent, Anna persuades him to stay. They later meet and make love. Stiva informs Levin that Kitty and Vronsky will not be married. Levin focuses on country life and contemplates marrying a worker’s daughter.

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