ⓘ Anna Karenina (1975 film)

Anna Karenina (1975 film)

ⓘ Anna Karenina (1975 film)

Anna Karenina is a 1975 Soviet film directed by Margarita Pilikhina. It was first shown at the 1975 Cannes Film Festival where it premiered out of competition.

The film is a Bolshoi Ballet version of Leo Tolstoys Anna Karenina with choreography by Maya Plisetskaya who also took on the titular role.


1. Plot

Count Vronsky Alexander Godunov spots Anna Karenina Maya Plisetskaya waiting at a train station. He is immediately taken with her. When the two meet again they cannot deny their attraction and dance passionately together.

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