Onegin is a 1999 British-American film brought to you by Martha Fiennes (Chromophobia) in her debut as a director and filmmaker. The film is based on a Russian book called "Eugene Onegin" by Alexander Pushkin and stars Liv Tyler (Empire Records, Armageddon, The Incredible Hulk), Martha Fiennes' brother, Ralph Fiennes (Red Dragon, Harry Potter series, The Reader, The Hurt Locker), Irene Worth, and Toby Stephens (Die Another Day, Jane Eyre). Fiennes also used some of her other siblings in the film, namely, Magnus Fiennes, who composed the score, and Sophie Fiennes who acted in a brief role. The story centers around a handsome aristocratic man named Eugene Onegin (Ralph Fiennes) who lives during the highly sophisticated Empire period in St. Petersburg. He often grows bored with the mundanity of everyday life, until his best friend Lensky (Toby Stephens) introduces him to a beautiful and passionate woman named Tatiana (Liv Tyler) who changes his view on life forever. Two thumbs up!