Anna Karenina (2000 miniseries)
|Based on||Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy|
|Written by||Allan Cubitt|
|Directed by||David Blair|
|Composer(s)||John E. Keane|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|No. of series||1|
|No. of episodes||4|
|Executive producer(s)||George Faber|
|Production company(s)||Company Pictures|
|Original network||Channel 4|
|Original release||9 May –|
30 May 2000
Anna Karenina is a four-part British television adaptation of Tolstoy's novel.
Anna, too, is a married woman, and with an 8-year-old son, who has herself been having an extra-marital affair with Count Vronsky.
Constantine Levin courts a young woman named Kitty. Levin and Kitty are both unmarried.
Nikolai, Constantine Levin's brother, cohabits with a former prostitute named Masha.
- Helen McCrory as Anna
- Kevin McKidd as Vronsky
- Stephen Dillane as Karenin
- Mark Strong as Stiva
- Amanda Root as Dolly
- Douglas Henshall as Levin (Constantine "Kostya")
- Paloma Baeza as Kitty
- Abigail Cruttenden as Betsy
- Paul Rhys as Nikolai
- Gillian Barge as Princess Shcherbatskya
- Malcolm Sinclair as Prince Shcherbatsky
- Victoria Carling as Annushka
It received a positive review from Mark Law in The Guardian.
- Lawson, Mark (8 May 2000). "The love train". The Guardian. Retrieved 16 January 2019.