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Ana, mon amour (2017)

Toma and Ana meet as students in the literature faculty, and quickly fall in love.

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Credited cast:
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Ana
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Carmen Tanase ...
Toma's mother
Vasile Muraru ...
Toma's father
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Tania Popa ...
Ana's mother
Igor Caras-Romanov ...
Igor
Ionut Caras ...
Bogdan
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Irina
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Priest Adrian
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Gynaecologist
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Editor in chief
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ioana Abur ...
Employee 2 Beau Monde
Evelina Andriea ...
Harp player
Alex Bogdan ...
Colleague 2
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Toma and Ana meet as students in the literature faculty, and quickly fall in love.

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3 March 2017 (Romania)  »

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Ana, meile mano  »

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€2,000,000 (estimated)
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2.35 : 1
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An Engrossing European Art-House Drama
3 July 2017 | by See all my reviews

Ana, Mon Amour (Anna, My Love) is a Romanian drama, inspired by a Romanian novel, Luminata, My Love. In many ways, it's a typical European art-house drama: a narrow, intense love story, very emotional scenes, jumps in time, some religious and intellectual discussions here and there, etc... The screenplay is excellent, as are the acting and direction. I liked this film much more than Child's Pose (and any recent Romanian film I've seen such as Bacalaureat or The Death of Mr. Lazarescu). It might even be better than Tuesday After Christmas. Honest and illuminating, with a damaged, melancholic streak running right through the whole film. 'Ana, mon amour' won the prestigious Silver Bear (runner up) award at the most recent Berlin Film Festival, and is highly recommended for lovers of European art-house cinema. 'Chapeau,' as we say here in France... (translation: you have my deep respect for your fine work). 8.5/10


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