Danielle Steel's Zoya details
|Starring:||Bruce Boxleitner, Diana Rigg, Melissa Gilbert|
|Director:||Richard A. Colla|
Danielle Steel's Zoya
|Run time:||2 hours 51 minutes|
|Rental release:||22 Sep 2003|
Most helpful review
For Danielle steel loversBy a customer from Newcastle upon tyne , 23 Feb 2006
[Highly rated reviewer]If you don't love make believe fantasy then don't watch this movie if you love to get lost in smuck and make believe and you love Danielle steel books then you will love this on a cold Sunday afternoon by the fire.
A heartwarming StoryBy Carasda (16 reviews) from Glasgow , 05 Jan 2012
[Highly rated reviewer]If you like to curl up with a Danielle Steele novel this will appeal to you. I enjoyed watching this more than I thought, joy and sadness all rolled into one good film with a fine cast.
WatchableBy a customer from Gloucester , 18 Dec 2008Whilst I wouldn't call this an outstanding movie, it is nevertheless watchable.
A Danielle Steele ClassicBy a customer from Hertfordshire , 11 Jan 2007I really enjoyed this movie, but then Ilove Danielle Steele's books. The story line is engaging and although the film is long, I never lost interest. Brilliant.
A Classic MovieBy Jovy Thomas from England , 28 Feb 2006Danielle Steels's Zoya creates a deep mark in mind. The director has got an astonishing style of portraying the tragic events in the story.At first I realised it when I saw the dying scene of Zoya's military brother. Zoya is telling him that I am going to bake cakes for you.And the dying man says 'Little Zoya, I am not hungry'.This is really heartbreaking.
The script of the movie has a magical way for directly piercing the heart.When Zoya lost her husband and money,we hear from her son telling about their old neighbour, 'She dont want to remember us, because we dont have money'.Later at a point we see Zoya who is hunted by tragedies, going to the streets with her children.Her friend asks her ' You have future plans?' And she replys, 'Someone once said, if you want to make God laugh, tell him your plans'
The film's story is fascinating.The anguish of Zoya is handled with a graceful care. It shows the power of mind and love in a woman.It is really worth seeing.
For Danielle steel loversBy a customer from Newcastle upon tyne , 23 Feb 2006If you don't love make believe fantasy then don't watch this movie if you love to get lost in smuck and make believe and you love Danielle steel books then you will love this on a cold Sunday afternoon by the fire.