The Last Station

The Last Station is a complex but entertaining study of a 48-year marriage and the way subtle and extreme changes that take place in each partner can take a terrifying toll on the relationship. This is not an unfamiliar premise, except that the principals in this battle of wills are Leo Tolstoy (Christo pher Plummer), the Russian novelist considered by many the greatest of all time, and his hot-blooded wife, Sofya (Helen Mirren), who is 20 years younger than Tolstoy and has borne him 13 children.


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