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Anna Karenina ()


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Anna (Marceau) is a wife and mother who has an affair with the handsome Count Vronsky (Bean). Based on the novel by Tolstoy.

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Anna Karenina
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Vronsky
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Levin
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Kitty
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Karenin
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Lydia
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Stiva
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Vronskaya
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Nikolai
Saskia Wickham ...
Dolly
Jennifer Hall ...
Betsy
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Princess Schcherbatksy
Valerie Braddell ...
Ambassador's Wife
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Kapitonich (as Pyotr Sholokhov)
Niall Buggy ...
Doctor
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Serpuliovskoy
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Pestov
Hamish Falconer ...
Seriozha
Stefan Gryff ...
Korunsky
Barbara Horne ...
Miss Edwards
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Agatha
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Boris
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Countess Nordston
Mikhail Khmelyov ...
Mahotin (as Mikail Hmelev)
Yuliya Krasnova ...
Annushka (as Julia Krasnova)
Ludmila Kurepova ...
Sorokina
German Maksimov ...
Priest
Tatyana Zakharova ...
Midwife (as Tatiana Zaharova)
Sergei Shcherbin ...
Korney (as Sergei Scherbina)
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Lizaveta (as Gelena Ivleva)
Vadim Sadovnikov ...
Inn Priest (as Father Vadim Sadovnikov)
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Doctor's Doorman
Valeriy Kukhareshin ...
Specialist Doctor
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Myagkaya
Oleg Kosminsky ...
Titus
Victor Gurianov ...
Peasant
Igor Efimov ...
Servant
Konstantin Lukashov ...
Moscow Railway Worker
Aleksandra Lavrova ...
Young Anna (as Alexandra Lavrova)
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Maria (as Ksenia Rappoport)
Leonti Varentsov ...
Peasant
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Nurse (uncredited)

Directed by

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Bernard Rose

Written by

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Leo Tolstoy ... (novel)
 
Bernard Rose ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Bruce Davey ... producer
Jim Lemley ... associate producer
Stephen McEveety ... executive producer
Vladimir Zhelezniakov ... assistant producer

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Daryn Okada ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Victor Du Bois

Editorial Department

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Maria Montoreano ... associate film editor
David Orr ... color timer
Brad Watson ... assistant editor

Casting By

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Marion Dougherty

Production Design by

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John Myhre

Art Direction by

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Sergei Shemyakin

Set Decoration by

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Marthe Pineau

Costume Design by

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Maurizio Millenotti

Makeup Department

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Roy Bryson ... hair stylist
Lydia Milars ... makeup department head

Production Management

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Chris Silver Finigan ... co-production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Mark Carter ... third assistant director
Mark Cotone ... assistant director
Martin Krauka ... second second assistant director
Laura Nisbet ... assistant director

Art Department

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Olga Alymova ... art department coordinator
James Edward Ferrell Jr. ... set art director
Candi Guterres ... property master
Tracy Michele Tabb ... graphic artist (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Linda Di Franco ... foley editor
Christopher Flick ... foley editor
Albert Gasser ... sound editor
Peter Glossop ... production sound mixer
Rich Green ... foley artist
Nigel Holland ... sound designer
Nils C. Jensen ... sound effects editor
Steve Kohler ... sound
Adam Kopald ... sound effects editor
Lilya Korolova ... sound assistant
Val Kuklowsky ... sound editor
Mel Metcalfe ... re-recording mixer
Shaun Mills ... boom operator
Piero Mura ... sound editor
John Murray ... foley editor
Terry Porter ... re-recording mixer
Joan Rowe ... foley artist
Sean Rowe ... foley artist
Todd Toon ... supervising sound editor
Dan Yale ... foley editor
Dean A. Zupancic ... re-recording mixer

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Kevin Draycott ... special effects technician
Shaun Rutter ... special effects technician
Andy Williams ... special effects coordinator

Stunts

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Oleg Botin ... stunts
Graeme Crowther ... stunt coordinator
Zed Korshoonoff ... stunts
Peter Miles ... stunt performer
Nikolay Pavlyuk ... stunt performer
Sergei Shulga ... stunt coordinator

Camera and Electrical Department

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John Boccaccio ... first assistant camera
Keith Hamshere ... still photographer
Mike Hodges ... key grip
Jack McCollum ... best boy electric
Anatoliy Neznanov ... electrician
Tommy D. Walker ... dolly grip

Casting Department

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Douglas Wright ... casting associate

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Giovanni Casalnuovo ... assistant costume designer
Deirdre N. Williams ... wardrobe supervisor

Location Management

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Michael Beche ... location manager

Music Department

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Dean Beville ... music editor
D. Chris Smith ... music editor
Georg Solti ... music director (as Sir Georg Solti)
John Stronach ... music supervisor
William Jacobs ... music editor (uncredited)

Other crew

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Pablo Ferro ... title designer
Geoff Freeman ... unit publicist
Charles Kaye ... executive assistant: to Sir Georg Solti
Shauna L. Kroen ... assistant accountant
Christie Mattull ... insurance services
Yuliya Sobolevskaya ... production assistant

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Gerardo Sacco ... special thanks: Jewelry

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Anna is a young and elegant wife of Mr. Karenin, who is wealthy and old. She meets the handsome Count Vronsky. Anna and Vronsky fall in love with each other, and he comes to be with her in St. Petersburg. They are very happy together and make a great looking couple, but soon their happiness gets under social pressures. Anna is hopelessly begging Mr. Karenin for a divorce, but he wants to keep the mother of their child. She has another baby born from her lover Vronsky. Conflict between her untamed desires and painful reality causes her a depression and suicidal thoughts. Written by Steve Shelokhonov

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Taglines In a world of power and privilege, one woman dared to obey her heart. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Leo Tolstoy's Anna Karenina (United States)
  • Leo Tolstoy's Anna Karenina (World-wide, English title)
  • Leo Tolstoy's Anna Karenina (United Kingdom)
  • Anna Karénine (France)
  • Leo Tolstoy's Anna Karenina (Spain)
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Runtime
  • 108 min
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Budget $35,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United States $75,268, 06 Apr 1997

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Trivia This was the first western production of "Anna Karenina" to be filmed in Russia (St. Petersburg). See more »
Goofs During the movie, title cards inform the viewer that the story arch unfolds in the years 1880 to 1882 - yet at the end of the movie Vronsky leaves to fight in the Russo-Turkish war of 1877- 1878. See more »
Movie Connections Referenced in Kalambury filmowe (1998). See more »
Soundtracks Symphony No. 6 in B Minor, op. 74 (Pathetique) See more »
Quotes Anna Karenina: What are you doing here?
Vronsky: You know that I have come to be where you are. I cannot help myself.
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