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A man torn between two women amid the chaos and brutality of the Russian Revolution
One of the world’s most famous love stories and half a century of Russian history come to life in this adaptation of Pasternak’s masterpiece by celebrated screenwriter Andrew Davies (Bridget Jones’s Diary, Pride and Prejudice). War and revolution bring poet and physician Yury Zhivago (Hans Matheson) together with the beautiful Lara (Keira Knightley), his muse and all-consuming passion. But both are haunted--Yury by guilt over his betrayal of Tonya, his beloved wife, and Lara by fear of Komarovsky (Sam Neill), the powerful man who means to have her any way he can.

DVD SPECIAL FEATURES INCLUDE 70 minutes of cast and crew interviews, photo gallery, filmographies, Boris Pasternak biography, English subtitles.

Complete UK broadcast edition
The miniseries treatment is suited to Doctor Zhivago, the sprawling Boris Pasternak novel of a Russian physician-poet whose comfortable life is upended by the Revolution. And this near-four-hour British production lucidly demonstrates that Pasternak was one heck of a storyteller: the torment of Zhivago (Hans Matheson) as he must choose between his well-bred childhood sweetheart (Alexandra Maria Lara, real comer) and the tragically beautiful Lara (Keira Knightley, from Pirates of the Caribbean) remains compelling. The TV treatment can't match the epic sweep of David Lean's feature film, of course, with its cast of thousands and astonishing production design. Devotees of that 1965 version will undoubtedly yearn for Maurice Jarre's tinkly hit "Lara's Theme," too; here, Ludovico Einaudi's score is serviceable by comparison. Matheson never gets untracked in the title role, but the uncannily gorgeous Knightley and a supremely decadent Sam Neill (as her dreadful seducer) keep their characters vital. The limitations of the small screen duly noted, the frosty location shooting is handsome. Given the choice, see the Lean film on the big screen every time; but this is sturdy introduction to a classic story. --Robert Horton

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Photos courtesy of Dalton Watson Fine Books Actor Steve McQueen, shown taking a break at an Idaho ranch, spent the last months of his life in Santa Paula and was more interested in a regular lifestyle than Hollywood glamour. The star of such films as "Bullitt," "The Great Escape" and "The Cincinnati Kid" died of complications from lung cancer on Nov. For the last 18 months of his life, acting giant Steve McQueen lived a quiet existence in Santa Paula, starting with a move into an airport hangar there in spring 1979. By then, the iconic star of such films as ". Bullitt,". The Great Escape,". The Cincinnati Kid,". The Thomas Crown Affair". The so-called ". King of Cool". came to Santa Paula —. with Barbara Minty, who would become his third wife —. to fly, in his case a yellow Stearman biplane he'd purchased almost on a whim. Santa Paula also reminded him of his hometown of Slater, Mo. McQueen blended in, willingly embracing a more normal lifestyle, and the townsfolk for the most part kept his presence in the tiny citrus burg a little secret. In December 1979, McQueen was diagnosed with lung cancer. Now, breaking a 27-year silence, Barbara McQueen talks about their Santa Paula days in her book ". Steve McQueen: The Last Mile. The book, released several months ago, was a harbinger of sorts for a flurry of recent activity that shows just how much McQueen's legacy persists. This past fall, Motor Trend magazine's Matt Stone came out with a book about McQueen's cars and motorcycles, the speed machines so strongly identified with the actor, who had a lifelong love of racing. Sheryl Crow's 2002 hit ". Steve McQueen". He was just a normal guy to me,". Barbara McQueen said in a phone interview from her Montana home, ". He walked his own walk and talked his own talk. Onscreen and to the public, Steve McQueen represented a type of no-nonsense, rough-and-tumble, take-life-by-the-throat persona. In my era, he was Mr. Cool,". said director Bruce Brown, who worked with McQueen on the 1971 motorcycle film ". Source:

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  • Andrew Davies

    Manchester University Press. 2005. ISBN: 0719064929,9780719064920. 227 pages.

    One of Britain's foremost TV practitioners, Andrew Davies is the creator of programmes such as 'A Very Peculiar Practice', 'To Serve Them All My Days', 'Pride and Prejudice', 'Othello' and 'The Way We Live Now'. Although best known for his adaptations of the work of writers such as Jane Austen and George Eliot, he has written numerous original drama series, single plays, films, stage plays and books. This volume offers a critical appraisal of Davies's work, and assesses his contribution to British television. Cardwell also explores the conventional notions of authorship and auteurism which are challenged by Davies's work. Can we identify Davies as the author of the varied texts attributed to him? If so, does an awareness of his authorial role aid our interpretation and evaluation of those texts? How does the phenomenon of adaptation affect the issue of authorship? How important is 'the author' to television? This book will appeal to both an academic readership, and to the many people who have taken pleasure in Davies's work.

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  • The Lives Of The Saints (2007)

    01/21/07 ,via BBC

    But it could be called under-written, over-indulgent and daft. At the centre of this muddled exploration of need, greed and spirituality is a wide-eyed abandoned waif (Sam MacLintock) with the ability to make wishes come true. An intriguing place to start ...


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