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“A lavish adaptation of the Tolstoy classic” —The Guardian (U.K.)
Passion, secrets, and betrayal
In Tolstoy’s timeless epic of love and loss, a circle of aristocrats finds their glittering world crumbling as war threatens imperial Russia. This magnificent international production was filmed on location in Saint Petersburg by Oscar®-nominated director Robert Dornhelm.
Set during Napoleon’s invasion of Russia, War and Peace follows the changing fortunes of brooding military hero Prince Andrej (Alessio Boni, Caravaggio), his bookish friend Pierre (Alexander Beyer, Good Bye Lenin!), and the spirited but naïve Natasha (Clémence Poésy, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire). As Napoleon’s armies menace their privileged lives, the horrors of the battlefield reach into the elegant ballrooms and bedrooms of Moscow.
Malcolm McDowell (A Clockwork Orange), Brenda Blethyn (Little Voice), and Ken Duken (Inglourious Basterds) also star in this sumptuous adaptation of one of the world’s greatest novels.
I REALLY ENJOYED THIS MOVIE A LOT. I AM INTO HISTORICAL AND WAR MOVIES VERY MUCH. I RECOMMEND THIS MOVIE FOR OTHERS TO SEE.Published 1 month ago by Hogan_62
Long but entertaining; I have been studying Russian History and this movie helps to depict what the aristocracy was likePublished 3 months ago by Anthony J Francis
I always love to see my favorite novels on the screen, and this interpretation is honest, well done, though not perfect. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Lesley G Hall
Any film of War & Peace can only be like a Classics Illustrated Comics version of such a great book. I found this version very appealing for several reasons. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jay Vissers
Anyone who loves the knowledge of Almighty God's Providence in establishing and nurturing a Sanctified People can appreciate that Russian history has included many who pleased our... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Alex Rothschild
Was too condensed. It was my own fault, I should have noticed.Published 5 months ago by MARION SHAW
This movie is one a of the bestssss I have ever seen I rate this a 10 starPublished 6 months ago by Carolina Lewis