I, Anna

I, Anna

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I, Anna

London-set noir thriller about the relationship between femme fatale Anna (Charlotte Rampling) and the detective investigating a brutal murder (Gabriel Byrne).

Anna is a divorced woman who re-enters the singles scene with a night of speed dating. She hits it off with a fellow who later turns up murdered. The detective investigating the murder (Byrne), himself going through a divorce, takes a shine to Anna at first sight but doesn't realise her connection to the victim. As a mutual attraction blossoms and an ethically-dubious romance begins, Anna prepares to reveal a dark mystery.

Director Barnaby Southcombe is the son of lead actress Charlotte Rampling.

201293 minsUK, Germany, FranceEnglish
DramaMysteryThrillerRomance
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Reviews & comments

Surprisingly surprising!

What you have here is a deftly directed, fairly slow moving story about a damaged woman. What you don't have is a thriller that keeps you on the edge of your seat. Gabriel Berne is unconvincing as the detective ,who exercises such poor judgment you may wonder how he climbed the ranks in the force, but Charlotte Rampling is clearly the star. She keeps us...

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Intriguing, stylish and modern.

I really enjoyed watching "I, Anna". It's slick and stylish in the cinematography and the editing is rather clever too. The acting is impeccable on all parts, and the score from French electro duo K.I.D. is great and appropriately as modern with retro touch as the film itself. It's like a classic film noir complete with the femme fatale and the...

4.0
0

well acted, but not gripping

might need a couple more explosions and a car chase i expect there is a lot of background stuff, in the original novel, that should be in the movie script. the back story of Anna is only mentioned elliptically - which does allow the full story to be revealed at a suspenseful pace - but the movie lacks that bit of pantomime that would allow the audience to...

3.0
0
Variety

Variety

press

Risibly convoluted.

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Total Film

Total Film

press

A slice of modern London noir is served up in writer/director Barnaby Southcombe's debut.

3.0
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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Narratively thin yet ultimately accomplished first feature.

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Variety

Variety

press

Risibly convoluted.

0
Total Film

Total Film

press

A slice of modern London noir is served up in writer/director Barnaby Southcombe's debut.

3.0
0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Narratively thin yet ultimately accomplished first feature.

0

Surprisingly surprising!

What you have here is a deftly directed, fairly slow moving story about a damaged woman. What you don't have is a thriller that keeps you on the edge of your seat. Gabriel Berne is unconvincing as the detective ,who exercises such poor judgment you may wonder how he climbed the ranks in the force, but Charlotte Rampling is clearly the star. She keeps us...

0

Intriguing, stylish and modern.

I really enjoyed watching "I, Anna". It's slick and stylish in the cinematography and the editing is rather clever too. The acting is impeccable on all parts, and the score from French electro duo K.I.D. is great and appropriately as modern with retro touch as the film itself. It's like a classic film noir complete with the femme fatale and the...

4.0
0

well acted, but not gripping

might need a couple more explosions and a car chase i expect there is a lot of background stuff, in the original novel, that should be in the movie script. the back story of Anna is only mentioned elliptically - which does allow the full story to be revealed at a suspenseful pace - but the movie lacks that bit of pantomime that would allow the audience...

3.0
0