The Last Station
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Last Station Nominated for Five Independent Spirit Awards!

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Last Station Nominated for Two Golden Globes!
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Last Station Nominated for Two SAG Awards!

Helen Mirren to receive the 21stPalm Springs International Film Festival’s Career Achievement Award on January 5!

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Helen Mirren on the Ellen DeGeneres Show!
James McAvoy on KTLA!
The Last Station a Must-See on indieWire!
"...a grandly entertaining historical drama about the final year of the great Russian writer's life."
Entertainment Weekly
"this like a great night at the theatre—the two performing demons go at each other full tilt and
produce scenes of Shakespearean affection, chagrin, and rage."

The New Yorker

“Helen Mirren outdoes even her Oscar-winning performance in The Queen with her tour de force as Countess Sofya Tolstoy in
Michael Hoffman's delightful The Last Station."

NY Post

“Under the accomplished direction of Michael Hoffman…the film's centerpiece is the spectacular back and forth between Christopher Plummer as the great man, a count as well as a writer, and Helen Mirren as Sofya, his wife of 48 years and always a force to be reckoned with.”
Los Angeles Times
“Every second Helen Mirren is on-screen in The Last Station is a study in peerless talent.”
USA Today
“The incomparable Mirren is simply astounding. And Plummer, red-faced with embarrassment at
his own desire for his wife after all these years, is her match.”

Rolling Stone
“James McAvoy, Helen Mirren, and Christopher Plummer offer a grand display of acting fireworks in The Last Station, writer-director Michael Hoffman's juicy account of the fraught final year of Count Leo Tolstoy's life.”

“...Three superb performances by Helen Mirren, Christopher Plummer and James McAvoy should have Oscar handicappers drooling.”
Hollywood Reporter

“Helen Mirren, Christopher Plummer, James McAvoy and Paul Giamatti are going to try to shake up the awards season.”
Los Angeles Times

“...Meaty roles are acted to the hilt by a cast more than ready for the feast. Christopher Plummer and
Helen Mirren shine as an aged but still passionate couple...”

“...gorgeous...and utterly accessible and entertaining.”

“Literary legends come to life in Michael Hoffman's "The Last Station,"...”
Wall Street Journal

“Hoffmans likeable biopic walks a nice edge between drama and comedy, in line with its subject matter...”

" of the most entertaining movies this reviewer has seen in a long time."

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