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New Screen Version of Anna Karenina Broadcasted on Russian TV
17.04.2017 17:54
New Screen Version of Anna Karenina Broadcasted on Russian TV

The new teleseries based on the famous same-name novel by Leo Tolstoy was directed by Karen Shakhnazarov. Broadcasting of new Anna Karenina starts on the TV channel "Russia" from today, April 17. 

      In the new television production of eight series the film director will present his perspective of the great novel to the audience.

      The action of the series takes place 30 years after the tragic death of Anna Karenina. In the midst of the Russian-Japanese War, Alexei Vronsky will tell the relationship story to her  adult son, Sergei Karenin.

      The leads in the film are performed by Yelizaveta Boyarskaya, Maxim Matveyev, Vitaliy Kishchenko and others. The full-length screen version of Anna Karenina is being prepared for  release.


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Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Leo Tolstoy New Films Karen Shakhnazarov   

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