This 1935 feature is the second of two versions of Tolstoy's novel starring Greta Garbo (the first was Love, in 1927). Clarence Brown directs ploddingly, but at least he lights Garbo well. The prevalent tone is one of deathly good taste, though there is some relief in Basil Rathbone's wonderfully fruity performance as Karenin. With Fredric March, Freddie Bartholomew, and Maureen O'Sullivan. 95 min.