February 19, 2013

ANNA KARENINA movie review

from the classic novel from Leo Tolstoy, ANNA KARENINA is set in the late 19th century of the Russian high-society.
this film presents the social life of the aristocrat Anna Karenina (Keira Knightley), a beautiful young woman who had an affair with an affluent Count Vronsky (Aaron Taylor-Johnson). despite her good life with a much older husband, Aleksei Karenin (Jude Law), her choice of loving Vronsky raises, of course, negative perceptions among the people surrounding them. gossips and ridicules have covered the once perfect life of Anna and her husband. but despite this, Aleksei remained true to his love and "took her back" by adopting the child she bore with Vronsky.
the classic was well presented in the a new manner that i've never seen before but well loved it. the movie starts in a theater stage and this stage converts into different dimensions and scenes to present the story. i think everybody will agree that this is very artistically done. and the actors were well cast, i just don't know how to feel about with Aaron Taylor-Johnson. direction and costumes are great. i just have to reiterate about the production value that they had raised over this.

opening February 20 in Megaworld Lifestyle Malls, Lucky Chinatown, Eastwood and Newport Cinemas, ANNA KARENINA is distributed by Solar Entertainment.
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