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Life is a theatre set – Anna Karenina review

By Jess Lomas February 12, 2013 Adapting one of literature’s greatest tragedies is no easy feat, as Joe Wright’s take on Leo Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina repeatedly demonstrates. While the picture soars creatively, giving us some of the most exquisite sequences of recent times, it lacks the burning passion necessary to raise this from a pretty […]

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