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Opened in Theaters: Friday, January 15th, 2010

Directed by Michael Hoffman
Genre: Drama
Running Time: 1:52

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The Last Station
Academy Award® Nominee
Set in the last tumultuous years of famed Russian author Leo Tolstoy's life, centers on the battle for his soul waged by his wife Sofya Andreyevna and his leading disciple Vladimir Cherkov. Torn...  View more >

R
a scene of sexuality/nudity

Starring James McAvoy, Christopher Plummer, Paul Giamatti...  View more >

Academy Award® nominated for:
* Actor in a Supporting Role
* Actress in a Leading Role

Limited One-Week Release in NY/LA on 12/4/2009
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[--- See Now! ---]by VIP MemberMay 24, 2010
"The Last Station" chronicles the last days of writer Leo Tolstory, played by Christopher Plummer. He wrote one of the most famlous novels of all time, "War and Peace." His wife played by Helen Mirran. The two fough over everything and in the middle of this conflict is James McAvoy who is caught in the middle of the crossfire. Plummer did a good performance, but it was Mirran, who is the real reason why I gave this movie "See it Now" she gave a over the top performance. With her on the screen, I can't wait to see what will happen next. She dominate the movie like no actress this year had. I love this movie and the main reason why is because I love Helen Mirran's performance.



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