La primera duda que me asalta tras concluir la proyección de «Long Boonmee raleuk chat» ---conocida internacinalmente como «Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives» y a la que me referiré de aquí en adelante como “Uncle Boonmee”---, es si Tim Burton, presidente del jurado del pasado Festival de Cannes de este mismo año, vio realmente la película a la que otorgó la Palma de Oro.
Anna Karenina by Tolstoy is a beautiful read. It's Russian, therefore slow, dreadfully so at points. But the end is amazing, it's vivid, fast-paced, and heartbreaking. Absolutely worth reading. The recent movie was great as well, the costumes were impeccable.
Leo Tolstoy's flawless novel in the hands of playwright Tom Stoppard gives us hope for this reunion of Joe Wright and Keira Knightley; her work in Pride & Prejudice and Atonement has convinced me that she is at her best on his sets. But perhaps you, like me, are more focused on Kelly Macdonald, the Boardwalk Empire star who here will play Dolly, Anna's sister-in-law who upsets the family dynamic with the discovery of her husband's infidelity as the novel opens.