The Last Station

The Last Station
  • 2009
  • Germany / Russia / UK
  • 1h 53min
  • 15

It's 1910 and Tolstoy's (Plummer) writings have become so fundamentally progressive that his long time publisher Vladimir Chertov (Giamatti) has established a small community of Tolstoyans to carry on the work of the ageing leader. Tolstoy's wife Sofya (Mirren) has other ideas. Universal tale of misplaced loyalties adapted from Jay Parini's 1990 novel.

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The Last Station

17 Feb 20103 stars

(15) 112min It’s 1910 and the great Russian writer and aristocrat Leo Tolstoy (Christopher Plummer) has become a cult dissenting voice in Tsarist Russia. His writings and teachings on non violent resistance, state and property rights, chastity and…

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