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This particular artistic decision makes good sense in cinematic terms.
Garbo makes you empathize with her predicament, and you truly feel the joy, passion, and guilt that Anna experiences as she falls in love with Vronsky.
He doesn't really care if she loves him or not, just so long as she stays with him so that they can keep up appearances.
Greta Garbo is outstanding far better than Keira Knightly in a new version. This black and white film is a great classic and the portrayal by Garbo of Anna Karenina is mature and... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Pat Davidson Reef
This is the tragic story of a married woman, Anna Karenina who falls in love with Count Vronsky, and follows her heart despite her husband's refusal to grant a divorce. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Rama Rao
I love this story, and I do love the Anna Karena with Vivien Leigh: however, I recently viewed this version on TCM with Greta Garbo and Fredric March and was blown away from the... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Jackie Curley
Tolstoy's love triangle ( Anna-Vronsky-Karenin) is fairly well depicted, at a breakneck pace. Levin and Kitty are pretty much omitted, as is rural Russia and the muzhiks. Read morePublished 10 months ago by William M. Augusta
I've upgraded this movie from one star to three because I love Freddie Bartholomew. I did not think much of the acting of Greta Garbo, but I just love Freddie Bartholomew. Read morePublished 11 months ago by jackiepapertracer
My wife had just finished reading Anna Karenina (I plan on reading it someday) and I love Greta Garbo, so we both agreed to watch this film. Read morePublished 11 months ago by David Diego Rodriguez
Beautiful Greta Garbo is Anna Karenina in this 1935 film. Anna is married to Czarist official Karenin played by Basil Rathbone. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Louise
This version of Anna Karenina is still the best depiction of the great novel. Later versions suffer from overdone sets and too much contemporary fluff.Published 19 months ago by Reader Melanie
I bought this as a gift for an Aunt who loved the movie and had it on VHS but her VHS player works no more- she loved it!Published 19 months ago by Diane McGee