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The Last Station ()

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featuring Christopher Plummer, Helen Mirren, James McAvoy, Paul Giamatti, Anne-Marie Duff

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 ... Show synopsis

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  • DVD Last Station May 12, 2011
    by Tuck C

    Excellent movie and performance by Christopher Plummer who played Tolstoy. He shoudl have been given an Academy award for this performance which was masterly and of the same class as the likes of Lawrence Olivier, Richard Burton, Peter O' Toole etc or at least earned him a Knighthood! The film is an epic of the same proportion as Dr Zhivago but not as long. My only wish is that they have provided uninformed audience with a bit more background as to who Tolstoy was and his contributions to humanity as a great philosopher and writer. Helen Mirren's role as supporting actress was rather over played and over dramatic. I feel she had not researched the role well enough and she came across more as a deranged English wife than a Russian Countess. In all an interesting and enjoyable movie!

  • Apr 24, 2011
    by BD0407

    WONDERFUL EXAMPLES OF PERFECT ACTING. PLUMMER WAS A JOY TO WATCH. MIRREN, AS USUSAL, IS AT HER BEST. IT WAS A PLEASURE TO SUGGEST THIS TO "NON-MOVIE" GOER FRIENDS AND THEN TO HAVE THEM ENJOY AND BE GRATEFUL FOR IT. THANK YOU.

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