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A noir thriller told from the point of view of a femme fatale, who falls for the detective in charge of a murder case.

Director:

Barnaby Southcombe

Writers:

Elsa Lewin (based on the novel by), Barnaby Southcombe
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Charlotte Rampling ... Anna Welles
Gabriel Byrne ... D.C.I. Bernie Reid
Eddie Marsan ... D.I. Kevin Franks
Jodhi May ... Janet Stone
Ralph Brown ... George Stone
Max Deacon ... Stevie
Honor Blackman ... Joan
Hayley Atwell ... Emmy
Caroline Catz ... Louise
Bryan Dick ... D.C. Hicock
Nav Sidhu Nav Sidhu ... D.C. Brooks
Ashley Taylor-Rhys Ashley Taylor-Rhys ... P.C. Childs
Roger Alborough Roger Alborough ... Security Guard
Jumayn Hunter ... Adz
Perry Benson Perry Benson ... Morris
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A noir thriller told from the point of view of a femme fatale, who falls for the detective in charge of a murder case.

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The Darkest Secrets Are the Ones We Hide From Ourselves

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Drama | Thriller

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Country:

UK | France | Germany

Language:

English

Release Date:

7 December 2012 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Aš, Ana See more »

Filming Locations:

Hamburg, Germany See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

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2.35 : 1
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Shot over a period of 6 weeks, including one week in Hamburg. See more »

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Version of Solo for Clarinet (1998) See more »

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"Tonight'
Written and performed by Richard Hawley
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dramatic, but devilishly hard to follow!
18 April 2016 | by nzpedalsSee all my reviews

There are so many strands that make up the story, and very little to connect them together. But it is well worth watching a second (or more) time just to get the whole picture (!)

Charlotte Rampling is so good, so convincing as the middle-aged woman, now separated and living with a daughter and grandchild. But there is a past incident, very important to what else is happening, briefly referred to a couple of times that isn't really explained - perhaps a tragedy involving another child?

Every now and then, there is a flashback with Anna now wearing a bright red dress. That's a signal to us to change our focus and concentrate and try to join the scenes together.

Gabriel Byrne is the cop who becomes attracted (no surprise there!) to Anna. A very good performance.


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