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The Last Station

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A historical drama that illustrates Russian author Leo Tolstoy';s struggle to balance fame and wealth with his commitment to a life devoid of material things. The Countess Sofya Andreevna Tolstoy, wife and muse to Leo Tolstoy, believes that her husband';s writings are rightfully hers after he passes, as she wants and believes she deserves the monetary benefits derived from such. And in 1910, the last year of Leo Tolstoy';s life, his disciples, led by Vladimir Chertkov, manoeuvre against his wife, Sofya, for control over Tolstoy';s works after his death.
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July 04, 2010

La película es un placer de principio a fin, no sólo por su valor testimonial y su estupenda reconstrucción de época, sino sobre todo por un notable elenco donde se lucen particularmente Helen Mirren y Christopher Plummer.
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October 21, 2010

The Last Station is the kind of adult drama that I'm just thankful is still being made. Therefore, I was ecstatic to also find it to be rather good.
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Orlando Sentinel

February 24, 2010

The Last Station is a moving, fictionalized account of a piece of real Russian history, a tour de force for an actor who's in his prime in his 70s and 80s, and a real return to form for a director most at home in period pieces.
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DCist
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July 04, 2010

All of the performances are universally stellar, making this not unlike last year's Doubt %u2014 a solid, if otherwise unremarkable film that provides a playground for performers of prodigious talents.
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Time Out
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February 19, 2010

Engaging performers all, but the movie's superficial flummery is slightly exasperating when the true-life events would have provided an even richer palette of ideas.
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Common Sense Media

December 31, 2010

Mature Tolstoy biopic recounts his conflicted last days.
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Miami Herald

March 18, 2010

Literature lasts, but sometimes, The Last Station suggests, the ties that bind last, too.
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Movies for the Masses
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July 29, 2010

full review at Movies for the Masses
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St. Louis Post-Dispatch

February 18, 2010

It's rewarding for a film to render rarefied ideas so concretely, but The Last Station works best as a battle of wills between husband and wife.
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Window to the Movies
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July 08, 2010

Feels akin to using Tolstoy's life to write a greeting card.
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Film.com
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March 02, 2010

Some critics have derided the central performances as scenery-chewing excess, but these Tolstoys are characters who demand histrionics, and Mirren and Plummer are magnificent in delivering on those demands.
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Detroit News
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February 12, 2010

Director and writer Michael Hoffman, adapting Jay Parini's novel, lets the history play out, and this little-known chapter plays out nicely indeed.
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