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One of the world's most famous love stories and half a century of Russian history come to life in this adaptation of Pasternak's masterpiece by celebrated screenwriter Andrew Davies (Bridget Jones's Diary, Pride & Prejudice). War and revolution bring poet and physician Yury Zhivago (Hans Matheson, The Tudors) together with the beautiful Lara (Keira Knightley, Atonement), his muse and all-consuming passion. But both are haunted Yury by guilt over his betrayal of Tonya, his beloved wife, and Lara by fear of Komarovsky (Sam Neill, Jurassic Park), the powerful man who means to have her any way he can.
Very good acting, but with the cast involved I knew it would be. Watching certain scenes tho I couldnt help but compare to the original, like the icy winter house they were held... Read morePublished 2 months ago by mary marks
This movie was really well made and beautifully acted. I just couldn't enjoy watching it because some of the most beautifully done scenes essentially glorified the illicit love... Read morePublished 2 months ago by SmokiePeach
It having had been forty years since the making of the David Lean Dr. Zhivago classic, it seemed an appropriate time for a remake, even if a full ten years after the collapse of... Read morePublished 4 months ago by It is a small ringdom, but...
Violent, with stupid sex scene, and lots of crude anti-communism which is not true to the spirit of the book or its author.Published 4 months ago by California Steven
Much more in depth of feelings and emotions due to the more acceptance openess of the scenes versus the original film with Omar SheriffPublished 4 months ago by Bruno J. Gallianp
Loved it, liked it better than the original, 1965 version with Julie Christy and Omar Sharif. I just thought that the love story between Keira Knighty and Hans Matheson was more... Read morePublished 7 months ago by anita cayton