A living historical document of the Russian Revolution, by one who lived through it to tell the tale.
Strelnikov. Hero and villain, most realistic character.
He did women's voices pretty well.
I was appalled to learn that Pasternak was a self hating Jew.He went off on some antisemitic rants, which, considering he was of Jewish heritage, was extremely shocking.
I am more impressed now, by the David Lean film. He was able to take a somewhat tedious narrative and piece together an unforgettable film.
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