- 93 min
- Directed by: Barnaby Southcombe
- Written by: Elsa Lewin, Barnaby Southcombe
- Cast: Charlotte Rampling, Gabriel Byrne, Hayley Atwell
- UK release: 7 December 2012
A hopeful late foray into dating brings Anna (Rampling) into contact with police detective Reid (Byrne), who knows she's linked to a nasty murder case. Southcombe's debut is a sleek and sombre thriller and Rampling herself is compelling, but takes up too much of the film; understandable perhaps, since she's the director’s mum.
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I, Anna5 Nov 2012
A sleek, sombre thriller that’s a little too tricksy for its own good
A sleek, sombre thriller that’s a little too tricksy for its own good, this debut by Barnaby Southcombe is chiefly notable for a fine lead performance from Charlotte Rampling, who also happens to be the director’s mother. (So it’s come to this for older…
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