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I, ANNA

by Barnaby Southcombe

synopsis

Recently separated from his wife and son, Detective Chief Inspector Bernie Reid hasn’t slept for weeks. He fields a call to an apartment, where he finds divorcee George Stone bludgeoned to death. Near the scene of the crime, Bernie is distracted by an encounter with a female passer-by, who leaves a lasting impression: Anna. He follows her and when they finally meet at a singles party, the mutual attraction is instantaneous, although Anna has no recollection of Bernie, nor of the night they first met. As evidence begins to point to Anna’s involvement in Stone’s murder, Bernie’s professional judgement battles with his desire for intimacy and love. When the mystery deep within Anna’s mind finally unravels, it reveals a truth too painful to bear.

international title: I, Anna
original title: I, Anna
country: United Kingdom, Germany, France
sales agent: Global Screen GmbH
year: 2012
genre: fiction
directed by: Barnaby Southcombe
film run: 91'
release date: SE 31/08/2012, CH 15/11/2012, IE 07/12/2012, UK 07/12/2012, DE 02/05/2013, NL 27/06/2013
screenplay: Barnaby Southcombe
cast: Charlotte Rampling, Gabriel Byrne, Hayley Atwell, Eddie Marsan, Jodhi May, Ralph Brown, Max Deacon, Honor Blackman
cinematography by: Ben Smithard
film editing: Peter Boyle
art director: Astrid Sieben
costumes designer: Pam Downe
music: K.I.D.
producer: Felix Vossen, Ilann Girard, Michael Eckelt
production: Embargo Films, Arsam, Riva Filmproduktion
distributor: NFP Marketing & Distribution
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