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The Last Station (2009)

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Director:

Michael Hoffman

Starring:

Helen Mirren, Christopher Plummer, Paul Giamatti, James McAvoy, John Sessions, Patrick Kennedy

Genres:

Biography, Romantic Drama, Indie-Arthouse Cinema, The Arts, UK Premier

Origin:

United Kingdom

Languages:

English

Running Time:

108 min

The Last Station

synopsis


As Sofya, Helen Mirren portrays the wife of Leo Tolstoy, a woman locked in a battle with her husband's admirers during the final year of his life, over the disposition of his royalties. Mirren herself comes from a family with a deep Russian heritage, as she was the daughter of an educated, socialist Russian father and her paternal grandfather was a Russian nobleman, tsarist colonel and diplomat.Christopher Plummer portrays Tolstoy, the great Russian writer who finds himself torn in his final years between his wife and his devoted admirers. Surprisingly, this is the first Academy Award nomination for veteran actor, Plummer who is arguably one of the finest actors of the post War War II period to have never been previously nominated. Now, after a career spanning nearly 5 decades, Plummer has finally been recognised by the Academy.

 
 

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