Doctor Zhivago (1965)A big sweeping production that ensnares the senses. While its… More A big sweeping production that ensnares the senses. While its narrative focus is on the titular character, the backdrop of the Russian Revolution is its own star, essentially turning the film's sequence of events into an effective 'lovers caught in the apocalypse' type scenario. Immensely entertaining, but lacking the same the powerful narrative catharsis of, say Bridge on the River Kwai, which is no fault of the Boris Pasternak novel.
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