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This is one of the best russian miniseries, the actors work is great, it conveys the strong feelings and conflicted nature of heroine that ended badly.Anna obvously suferred from Borderline personality, the intensity, the ability to drive anybody insane, the manipulation, seing things as black and white only, it was painful to watch, it conveyed the message, Vronsky was very good looking, but had less character, where is the "dashing" part, women fall so easily for( such as Paratov in "Cruel Romance" portrayed by N.Michalkov)? I would personally prefer that Anna was more regal and not so painfully thin, but overall Russian TV suceeded in this one.
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