Director Joe Wright reteams with Keira Knightley for this version of Anna Karenina, which boasts a script by Tom Stoppard. Knightley stars as the title character, a Russian woman who cheats on her respected husband (Jude Law) with a young soldier (Aaron Johnson) and suffers greatly for her betrayal. Wright sets the action in a theater, often segueing from scene to scene by utilizing different spaces within the same set. Anna Karenina screened at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival.
Anna Karenina: an epic story about love; Adapting Tolstoy; Keira as Anna; On set with director Joe Wright; Dressing Anna; Anna Karenina: time-lapse photography; Feature commentary with director Joe Wright; Deleted scenes
Disc #1 -- Anna Karenina 1. Scene 1 [5:36] 2. Scene 2 [6:05] 3. Scene 3 [8:16] 4. Scene 4 [5:27] 5. Scene 5 [7:13] 6. Scene 6 [7:10] 7. Scene 7 [7:06] 8. Scene 8 [7:00] 9. Scene 9 [6:35] 10. Scene 10 [6:36] 11. Scene 11 [7:38] 12. Scene 12 [7:37] 13. Scene 13 [4:29] 14. Scene 14 [4:48] 15. Scene 15 [4:23] 16. Scene 16 [6:29] 17. Scene 17 [5:14] 18. Scene 18 [7:06] 19. Scene 19 [6:40] 20. Scene 20 [7:53]
Disc #1 -- Anna Karenina Play Scenes Bonus Deleted Scenes Play All Oblonsky Begs Dolly to "Think of the Children" Levin at the Bath House with Serafina The Mazurka Cleopatra Dancers/Makhotin Teases Vronsky about Anna The Clown Levin Has Wedding Nerves/Kitty Tells Levin She Does Not Love Him Karenin is Visited by the Shopkeeper and Lydia Anna in the Hotel at Night (Before the Station) Anna Karenina: An Epic Story about Love Adapting Tolstoy Keira as Anna On Set with Director Joe Wright Dressing Anna Anna Karenina: Time-Lapse Photography Feature Commentary with Director Joe Wright Commentary: On Commentary: Off Setup Spoken Language English 5.1 Español 5.1 Feature Commentary with Director Joe Wright Subtitles English SDH Español Français Subtitles: Off Previews Pride & Prejudice Atonement Jane Eyre Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy The Debt The Eagle Elizabeth One Day Play All
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