A historical drama that illustrates Russian author Leo Tolstoy's struggle to balance fame and wealth with his commitment to a life devoid of material things. The Countess Sofya, wife and muse to Leo Tolstoy, uses every trick of seduction on her husband's loyal disciple, whom she believes was the person responsible for Tolstoy signing a new will that leaves his work and property to the Russian people.
Writer:Michael Hoffman (screenplay), Jay Parini (based on the novel by)
A historical drama that illustrates Russian author Leo Tolstoy';s struggle to balance fame and wealth with his commitment to a life devoid of material things. The Countess Sofya Andreevna Tolstoy, wife and muse to Leo Tolstoy, believes that her husband';s writings are rightfully hers after he passes, as she wants and believes she deserves the monetary benefits derived from such. And in 1910, the last year of Leo Tolstoy';s life, his disciples, led by Vladimir Chertkov, manoeuvre against his wife, Sofya, for control over Tolstoy';s works after his death. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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