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Current Rating: 3.62

Current Rating: 3.62

based on 29 votes and 8 reviews

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  • 3 stars I really liked this little known movie regarding the last days of the life of Tolstoy. Not sure if historically accurate, but nonetheless a good movie.
  • 2 stars Great cast and performances, but still a snore.
  • 3 stars A very entertaining, sweet movie about Tolstoy, love, politics and family. A lot of fun. Great acting.
  • 3 stars A good, well crafted movie about Tolstoy's last days. It was a treat to watch such good actors work together, with a smart script.
  • 5 stars Excellent movie. A well written and well acted movie about the last part of Tolstoy's life. All the parts are very well casted and you can just walk right into the story. Well done, highly recommended.
  • 4 stars Loved it - a true period piece. Superb acting by all involved. I expected a movie about Tolstoy to be pretty dry, but I wasn't bored for a minute!
  • 3 stars Not a bad movie, Good Acting, especially from Helen Miren!..The story is more about their relationship and how he sold out his familys future for ego. The Fat little Chevkow which is brilianly played by that gingered bearded man is scrumptiouse acting-you really love to hate that guy. The movie moves a little slow but it does make you think even if you haven't read war/pieces.
  • 4 stars Well acted film about the last days of Leo Tolstoy.I must admit that I know very little about him and am sure that I will never read War and Peace.First rate acting .

The Last Station

Genre:  Drama | Running Time:  112 min.
Release date:  January 22, 2010 | On DVD/VOD:  June 22, 2010

Current rating: Rating: 3.62
based on 29 votes and 8 reviews
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Cast: Helen Mirren, Christopher Plummer, Paul Giamatti, Anne-Marie Duff, Kerry Condon, James McAvoy