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Onegin

In this lush adaptation of the novel by Pushkin, Ralph Fiennes plays caddish St. Petersburg aristocrat Eugene Onegin, whose callous dismissal of neighbour Liv Tyler's love leads to a duel with her sister's husband. Years later, a desolate Fiennes returns to find Tyler wed to a handsome prince and the romantic tables have turned. Lena Headey and Toby Stephens also star. Directed by Fiennes' sister, Martha.

Year: 1999
Genre: Drama Romance, Romance
Country: UK
Director: Martha Fiennes
Starring: Ralph Fiennes, Liv Tyler, Martin Donovan, Francesca Annis, Lena Headey, Toby Stephens
Duration: 100 Minutes
Rating: M
6.9/10
Location in store: Drama Romance

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