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Anna

Alberto Lattuada / IT, FR, 1951 / 107 min.

What seems like a melodrama is in fact a subtle exploration of the psyche of a woman going her own way: Anna, with a starring role for Silvana Mangano, is Alberto Lattuada’s sophisticated interpretation of a love story in the style of a film noir.

poster Anna (Alberto Lattuada, IT/FR 1951)
Sometimes, Alberto Lattuada chose melodrama as a way of weaving a modern message through his films. In Anna, Silvana Mangano plays a woman who wants to become a nun. Shortly before her investiture – she is working as a nurse in a hospital – her former lover Andrea (Raf Vallone) is brought in, seriously injured.

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Director

Alberto Lattuada

Production year

1951

Country

IT, FR

Original title

Anna

Length

107 min.

Language

Italian

Subtitles

NLD

Format

35mm

Part of

Alberto Lattuada

With the rediscovery of Alberto Lattuada, one of the best-kept secrets of Italian cinema can finally be seen again. Lattuada is an often-overlooked filmmaker whose productive career encompasses more than four decades of Italian cinema.

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still Anna (Alberto Lattuada, IT/FR 1951)
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