Watch The Kreutzer Sonata
- 1 hr 39 min
Love turns to jealousy, jealousy to rage, rage to violence. The second instalment of a planned trilogy loosely based on the works of the great Russian novelist Leo Tolstoy, acclaimed British director Bernard Rose (Candyman) follows the remarkable Ivans XTC with THE KREUTZER SONATA, a shocking new film set in contemporary Hollywood that graphically emphasizes Tolstoy's brutally controversial views on the corrupting power of sex and accompanying jealousy. Featuring bold, brilliant and utterly compelling performances from Elisabeth Röhm (Law & Order, Heroes) as the beautiful and talented pianist Abigail, and Danny Huston (X Men: Wolverine, The Proposition), as the wealthy philanthropist and enraged husband Edgar, who is consumed by feelings of carnal desire and violent jealousy, THE KREUTZER SONATA explores the rich complexities of love, sex, obsession and paranoia in a raw, emotionally and sexually charged thriller.