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Review:AnnaKarenina

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Review: Anna Karenina

     In all its glory, “Anna Karenina” is still one of the most revolutionary novels in the history of literature. The 2012 literary adaptation of “Anna Karenina” can be detested easily because of the complexity of the characters and the sinful love that Anna Karenina (Keira Knightley) and Count Alexei Vronsky (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) shared along with the patient attraction of Kitty (Alicia Vikander) and Konstantin Levin (Domhnall Gleeson). Despite the emotional frustration that might be acquired by watching the film, it is easy to eventually fall in love with the characters like they fell in love with each other by experiencing their evolution.  
     In 1874 Imperial Russia, committing adultery was sinful and frowned upon; however, Anna Karenina went behind the back of her powerful, envious, and apathetic husband and engaged upon a short-lived, lustful relationship with Count Vronsky. Karenina and Vronsky were wildly obsessed with each other and the only thing keeping them from being together, besides the disapproval of society, was themselves. Their relationship brought only the worst of misery upon them. The love they shared was so powerful that it eventually consumed them: Karenina began to have suicidal thoughts towards the end of the film and Vronsky’s interminable, blind obsession prevented him from making the decisions that would later positively impact his future. Because of their inability to see things for what they were, Count Vronsky and Anna believed they were ethereal and were not aware of how their actions had an impact on the people around them which led to the emotional downfall of both of the characters.
     There are two love stories in “Anna Karenina,” Kitty and Konstantin get the better end of the stick. They did not immediately rush into a relationship like all the other characters in “Anna Karenina” did. They took their time and eventually reached the level of maturity it took to be together. Their love was kind, graceful, subtle, and patient. They had the best of luck in a relationship and this proves that good things do come to those who wait. It is their love that teaches us that the simplest love is the strongest and quite amicable—not the most chaotic and arduous.
     Despite all the complexities and hardships “Anna Karenina” brings, it teaches the world and its people to love a bit more—a bit too much, perhaps. It also reminds us to be more open-minded and experience things we normally wouldn’t. Anna Karenina and Kitty both risked everything to pursue the greatest loves of their lives. They teach us that, sometimes, we are the creators of our own destiny.


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