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I, Anna (2012)

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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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... Anna Welles
... D.C.I. Bernie Reid
... D.I. Kevin Franks
... Janet Stone
... George Stone
... Stevie
... Joan
... Emmy
... Louise
... D.C. Hicock
Nav Sidhu ... D.C. Brooks
Ashley Taylor-Rhys ... P.C. Childs
Roger Alborough ... Security Guard
... Adz
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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7 December 2012 (UK)  »

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The film's star (Charlotte Rampling) and its director (Barnaby Soutcombe) are real life mother and son. See more »

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Version of Solo for Clarinet (1998) See more »

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Written and performed by Tim Garland
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A slow start but worth the wait....
15 October 2012 | by See all my reviews

The erroneous synopsis to this stylish if slightly flawed thriller, does not do the intricate, complex story the justice it deserves. Barnaby Southcombe's debut feature is an adaption of Elsa Lewin's dark novel of the same name. Shot in various locations around London, it unravels the story of the relationship between a high ranking detective (Gabriel Byrne) investigating the murder of a no good low life, and a middle aged divorcée, Charlotte Rampling, with whom he develops a potentially damaging obsession. The film unfolds slowly but is worth the wait. The film engages the viewer as the pace quickens and story intensifies and things just gets better and better. Strong performances from the two stars as one would expect. A wonderful vehicle for Charlotte Rampling to prove a woman over 50 can be just as sexy and alluring as any 25 year old, she is totally convincing as the fragile, complex protagonist. And a real treat to have Eddie Marsan on screen, every film is improved by his presence, never puts a foot wrong, superb. London is a stylish but never overwhelming backdrop to this pleasing contemporary film noir. And a cracking soundtrack too...


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