- 106 min
- Directed by: Michel Spinosa
- Written by: Michel Spinosa
- Cast: Isabelle Carré, Gaëlle Bona, Geneviève Mnich, Gilbert Melki
- Language: French
This psychological thriller blends the clinical and the mystical to create a portrait of female erotomania. Shy Anna (Carre) becomes sexually obsessed with happily married family man Dr Zanevsky (Melki) after her botched suicide attempt. Writer/director Spinosa's plotting depends on some incredible contrivances, but Carre gives an impressive performance reminiscent of a young Isabelle Huppert.
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Anna M15 Nov 2007
French writer/director Michel Spinosa’s Anna M is a psychological thriller which blends the clinical and the mystical in its portrait of a female erotomaniac. A rare book restorer at Paris’s Bibliotheque Nationale, who still lives with her mother, the…
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