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Doctor Zhivago(2003)

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  • The TWO DR. ZHIVAGO'S

    • Kathlyn A Barry
    • 4/4/19

    I have watched the 1965 version of Dr. Zhivago (1965) with Omar Sharif, Julie Christie, Alec Guinnes and Rod Steiger many times. I love this movie. Unfortuantely the 2002 version with Kiera Knightly and Hans Matheson adds and subtracts from the orginal in such a way that I did not enjoy it. One of the virtues of the 1965 version is its optimisim and lush scenery. The second version was far more cynical and dark. I could stretch it a bit and say the 2002 version was a different film. The take-a-way was very different.

  • Greatest movie ever made

    • Scott Kleinman
    • 6/30/14

    Doctor Zhivago is the best movie ever made. A romance wrapped around the Russian Revolution wrapped around the struggles of a General Practice Doctor and his true love. Julie Christie is magnificent !

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