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Anna Karenina

2013 | 129 min | K-12 | drama

Based on Leo Tolstoy’s unforgettable classic, the film brings the greatest love novel in world literature to the big screen. Anna Karenina’s (Keira Knightley) marriage to high-ranking St. Petersburg official Alexei Karenin (Jude Law) is shaken when Anna meets Count Vronsky (Aaron Taylor-Johnson). The lovers surrender to the whirlwinds of passion, but their happiness soon turns into a tragedy. The story is also a description of tsarist Russia in the 1870s and the state society, which shackles the participants of the triangle drama in its framework. The film was directed by Joe Wright.

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About the movie


  • finnish
  • history
  • textiles and technical sloyd


  • costume design
  • cultural heritage
  • learning materials
  • postion of women

Educational levels

  • high schools and vocational schools


  • drama


  • based on a book
  • love story

Age limits

  • K-12


  • Oscar


  • Universal Pictures

For media educator

The story of the film Anna Karenina tells about the history of Russia, especially the tsarist era of the 1870s and the aristocratic society. The films costuming has received a lot of praise and won an Oscar in the costuming category.

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