Elena Maria Vidal reviews the movie The Last Station, a moving account of the final years of Count Leo Tolstoy, Russian aristocrat, author and philosopher. The movie stars Tony Award Winner Christopher Plummer (The Sound of Music, Jesus of Nazareth, Malcolm X), Oscar-winner Helen Mirren (The Queen, The Madness of King George, Gosford Park), James McEvoy (Atonement, The Chronicles of Narnia, The Last King of Scotland), Kerry Condon (Rome) and Anne-Marie Duff (The Virgin Queen, The Magdalene Sisters, Charles II.)
You can watch the trailer here.
Monday, 11 October 2010
The Last Station (2009)
Posted by Gareth Russell at 15:18
Labels: Ancien Régime, Reviews, Russia, Writing
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Thank you for the link, Gareth! I did not know Anne-Marie Duff was in Charles II!ReplyDelete