Anna Karenina Trailer and Poster Debut: Tolstoy's Classic Retold

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Anna Karenina, Focus Features' adaptation of the Leo Tolstoy novel, stars Keira Knightley and Jude Law as Anna and Alexei. The poster and trailer for the film have debuted, displaying the opulence of high-society Russia captured in the film. Have a look:

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I thought evyroene knew about quinine. It's a natural antibiotic like tea tree oil and was used as a therapy for malaria back in the day. It also has muscle relaxant properties which are perhaps helpful for relaxing little eye sockety muscles. But more importantly it makes gin and tonics taste just right..d