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The Countess Sofya (Helen Mirren) is furious when she discovers her husband, the famous author Leo Tolstoy (played by Christopher Plummer), has left his estate to the Russian people. So she uses every ploy she can think of to encourage him to rewrite his will.

MPAA Rating R for a scene of sexuality/nudity.
Theatrical Release January 15, 2010
Director Michael Hoffman
Cast Christopher Plummer, Hemlen Mirren, Paul Giamatti, James McAvoy, Anne Marie Duff
Run Time 111
2009 Sony Pictures Classics Official Movie Website

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