Three Sisters by Anton Chekhov (2 stars)

Depressing tale of decay of the upper classes in Russia

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This article is from 2011.

Three Sisters by Anton Chekhov

Adaptation of one of the later plays of the influential playwright, focussing on the decay of the upper classes in Russia. Depressing tale where everyone is perpetually dissatisfied, most characters are selfish or unrealistically idealistic and all the women are completely hysterical.

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This article is from 2011.

Three Sisters by Anton Chekov

  • 2 stars

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