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The Last Station


Rated R for a scene of sexuality/nudity.

R 110min.
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The final year of Russian socialist writer Leo Tolstoy's life comes to the screen with Christopher Plummer in the lead role and Helen Mirren portraying his wife, Sofya. Paul Giamatti, James McAvoy, and Anne-Marie Duff co-star in the Warner Bros. Read More
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Sofya Tolstoy
Valentin Bulgakov
Vladimir Chertkov
Sasha Tolstoy
June 28, 2010
Excellent production, directing, acting, etc., wasted on a mundane story. The elderly Tolstoy is caught up with liberalism (unrealistic idealism) of passive resistance, eliminating property rights (the cornerstone of capitalism), and Marxist redistribution of wealth. His wife wants royalties from his works to go to his heirs while Tolstoy wants to give up his copyrighted ownership to the people
March 20, 2010
I like both Helen Miren and Christopher Plummer. The whole movie was the two of them as a bickering couple. It doesn't matter that one of them is famous, it could have been anyone. Well acted but recommend passing this by.
March 02, 2010
Music doc derr
Great Movie!! Terrific acting -- my wife and I both loved it!
February 23, 2010
Probably the best movie we have seen this year. I guess a person must know something about Tolstoy & Russian History. Great acting, scenes and script. It took two weeks to see it at our Regency Theater. Big movie companies still control the industryn as it was only shown in one theater.. The lines were long and we came back another time and it was worth it. See it.
February 20, 2010
HARD TO RATE BECAUSE THE GREAT HELEN MIRREN IS NEVER WRONG. This was tedious because it was so long but it certainly was an interesting "study" sort of thing. Tolstoy was thought of as the mind that 'saved' Russia at one time; he was an icon and a great thinker but he made his wife pregnant about 12 or 13 times, something like that. His wife dared to want to sell his works to the

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