Tag Archives: Tom Stoppard

Cinema Review – Anna Karenina

Anna (Keira Knightley), the wife of a staid and prim government official (Jude Law) journeys from St. Petersburg to Moscow to convince her brother’s wife Dolly (Kelly McDonald) to forgive Oblonsky (Matthew McFadyen) for his cheating ways. In a cruel twist of fate, it is there that Anna meets Count Vronsky (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) and embarks on an affair that will prove dangerous for all involved. Continue reading

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JDIFF 2012 Review – Wilde Salomé

Director Al Pacino weaves together documentary, theatre and movie footage in this film where he examines the life of Oscar Wilde, his play Salomé and – inadvertently – his own obsessions. Continue reading

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