|The Last Station|
|Directed by||Michael Hoffman|
|Produced by||Bonnie Arnold|
|Screenplay by||Michael Hoffman|
|Based on||The Last Station|
by Jay Parini
|Music by||Sergey Yevtushenko|
|Edited by||Patricia Rommel|
|Distributed by||Sony Pictures Classics|
|Box office||$13.6 million|
The Last Station is a 2009 English-language German biographical drama film written and directed by Michael Hoffman, and based on Jay Parini's 1990 biographical novel of the same name, which chronicled the final months of Leo Tolstoy's life. The film stars Christopher Plummer as Tolstoy and Helen Mirren as his wife Sofya Tolstaya. The film is about the battle between Sofya and his disciple Vladimir Chertkov for his legacy and the copyright of his works. The film premiered at the 2009 Telluride Film Festival.
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