France, United States | 2022 | Frederick Wiseman
Sophia Tolstaya, wife of Leo Tolstoy, reflects on her relationship with the great writer in this rare non-documentary by America’s great nonfiction filmmaker Frederick Wiseman. French actress Nathalie Boutefeu plays Tolstaya in this one-woman show. She also co-wrote the screenplay with Wiseman, which is based on Tolstaya’s letters and diaries. “An expressive and moving portrait of a tempestuous marriage.” –Hollywood Reporter. Cleveland premiere. Subtitles. DCP. 63 min.
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General Admission: $11
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