Well, it opens in theaters stateside soon, and five clips have emerged offering up nearly five minutes from the movie. Curiously, they focus less on the film's handful of breathtaking setpieces, and instead strictly on the drama. But they are still every bit worth watching, particularly see Matthew Macfadyen stealing scenes as the hilarious Oblonsky. And then there's Jude Law who gives a great turn as the tortured Alexei Karenin, who see his wife Anna (Keira Knightley) take up with Count Vronsky (Aaron Taylor-Johnson), but tries to save some face in the public eye. And finally, there's Domhnall Gleeson, who gives a tender performance as Levin, who loves with a fierce devotion, but is bruised just as easily.
Take a look at all of them below. "Anna Karenina" opens in limited release on November 16th. [Collider]