Doctor Zhivago

Doctor Zhivago

Doctor Zhivago

Winner of five Oscars, David Lean's Doctor Zhivago (1965) follows a Russian doctor (Omar Sharif) pursuing the woman he loves (Julie Christie) during Russia's turbulent political changes of World War I, the Bolshevik Revolution and Communism's rise to power.

"An example of superb old-style craftsmanship at the service of a soppy romantic vision, and although its portentous historical drama evaporates once you return to the fresh air, watching it can be seductive." (Roger Ebert)

Winner of five 1966 Academy Awards including Best Cinematography, Best Score, Best Adapted Screenplay.
1965Rating: PG192 minsUSA, Italy
DramaRomanceWar
Director:
David Lean ('Lawrence of Arabia', 'The Bridge on the River Kwai')
Writer:
Robert Bolt
Cast:
Omar SharifJulie ChristieGeraldine ChaplinRod SteigerAlec GuinnessTom Courtenay

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Not in to the oldies

Its an alright movie but then again im not in to the old fashioned movies fell asleep about half way through but thats why theres different movie genres something to suit everyone

1.0

It...Never... Ends ...

Looks 10, Talent 3. Stunning to watch, but a pain to listen to. There was a time in the 1950s,60s & 70s when an all star cast would get together and drink and do drugs all day for around four months and then sell it on to audiences as a blockbuster. This probably has more discipline than most, but its still bloated and hungover. The acting is very ripe...

Lean's second most romantic movie.

It may not be the best of David Lean's epics, but Dr. Zhivago is still brilliantly photographed and sweepingly romantic.

3.0

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Not in to the oldies

Its an alright movie but then again im not in to the old fashioned movies fell asleep about half way through but thats why theres different movie genres something to suit everyone

1.0

It...Never... Ends ...

Looks 10, Talent 3. Stunning to watch, but a pain to listen to. There was a time in the 1950s,60s & 70s when an all star cast would get together and drink and do drugs all day for around four months and then sell it on to audiences as a blockbuster. This probably has more discipline than most, but its still bloated and hungover. The acting is very...

Lean's second most romantic movie.

It may not be the best of David Lean's epics, but Dr. Zhivago is still brilliantly photographed and sweepingly romantic.

3.0