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Hannah (2017)

TV-MA | | Drama | 9 March 2018 (USA)
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Intimate portrait of a woman drifting between reality and denial when she is left alone to grapple with the consequences of her husband's imprisonment.

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Andrea Pallaoro
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Charlotte Rampling ... Hannah
André Wilms ... Hannah's Husband
Stéphanie Van Vyve Stéphanie Van Vyve ... Elaine
Simon Bisschop Simon Bisschop ... Nicholas, Hannah's Son
Jessica Fanhan Jessica Fanhan ... Subway Fighting Woman
Fatou Traoré Fatou Traoré ... Theater Teacher
Jean-Michel Balthazar Jean-Michel Balthazar ... Chris
Gaspard Savini Gaspard Savini ... Charlie
Julien Vargas Julien Vargas ... Michael
Luca Avallone ... Albert
Miriam Fauci Miriam Fauci ... Sophie
Ambra Mattioli Ambra Mattioli ... Singer
Mathilde Rault Mathilde Rault ... Receptionist
Thomas Demarez Thomas Demarez ... Classmate
Andrea Mirisola Andrea Mirisola ... Crossdressing Man
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Intimate portrait of a woman drifting between reality and denial when she is left alone to grapple with the consequences of her husband's imprisonment.

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Italy | France | Belgium

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9 March 2018 (USA) See more »

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Roma, Lazio, Italy See more »

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Opening Weekend USA:

$11,700, 11 March 2018, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$11,700, 11 March 2018
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slow, quiet with little exposition
19 November 2018 | by SnoopyStyleSee all my reviews

Hannah (Charlotte Rampling) accompanies her husband who surrenders to be imprisoned. She befriends her neighbor's autistic child. She becomes more isolated as even own family shuns her.

This is a slow, quiet character study. It's strictly for the arthouse crowd. Honestly, I got to the hour mark and couldn't figure out if anything is happening on the screen. I decided to watch from the beginning again. This film is not one for expositions. There is nobody explaining anything. One follows Hannah around doing stuff. It needs to declare what is going on at the beginning so that the movie is even marginally interesting. Rampling is a master and that's mostly what's worthwhile on the screen. Otherwise, it's a plot quiz that demands one's attention and rarely gets mine.


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