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About Film Anna :
|NetflixRelease Date||1 May 2021|
|Cast||Sasha Luss as Anna Poliatova.Helen Mirren as OlgaLuke Evans as Alexander “Alex” TchenkovCillian Murphy as Leonard MillerLera Abova as MaudeAlexander Petrov as PiotrNikita Pavlenko as VladAnna Krippa as NikaAleksey Maslodudov as JimmyEric Godon as VassilievIvan Franěk as MossanJean-Baptiste Puech as SamyNastya Sten as Blonde AnnaAndrew Howard as Oleg|
|Plot|| A young beautiful girl named Anna who managed to make a career in the fashion world. She has been the victim of domestic abuse. She is trapped in and will do anything to escape.Once she entered the hotel of an influential and very dangerous person, after which a whole mountain of corpses was discovered there. The girl is being interrogated by special services, she reluctantly accepts an offer by a KGB officer, and works as a KGB assassin for five years.she pleases their to be free to continue her life .But KGB head is not willing to honor this agreement and implying that the only way out of the KGB is death. but she has absolutely nothing to tell them about this fact. She looks scared, and no one suspects her. Anna goes free and begins preparing for a new business. She goes as a fashion model. |
You want to spend your time completely for an exciting action thriller and adventurous movie , then you can go with this movie. Beneath a Russian woman’s striking beauty lies a hidden secret that will unleash her indelible strength and skill and lead to her to become one of the world’s most feared government assassins.
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Film are currently available in Netflix on 1 may 2021
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Here are some audience reviews;
Honestly wasn't expecting much from this movie, it was just something I wanted to watch to pass the time, but I was seriously blown away by it. Now we've seen movies like this before, it's not a new story or plot my any means, but it's execution is spot on. Didn't realize until the end that this was a Luc Besson movie, but now I know that the brilliantly choreographed action scenes had all the hallmarks of Besson action, he really knows how to put them together for maximum impact, both visually and for storytelling. Sasha Luss is amazing, not seen any of her stuff before but she is really good in this, very believable in the action scenes. In fact her character had a lot of development through the movie and I did check halfway through whether it was actually based on a true story or not (it isn't btw) because her story is told with such love and tenderness. The supporting cast Cillian Murphy, Luke Evans and Helen Morten are all on good form. Loved the storytelling and Besons use of jumping around the timeline, worked for me and didn't seem overly complicated. Overall a very good spy movie: Andrew Scaife like an intelligent, well-written and well-directed, and engaging action-movie thriller with well-acted, interesting and capable characters, and in my opinion this movie followed through on all of those things. I very much enjoyed Sasha Luss in the lead role, along with Luke Evans, Cillian Murphy and Helen Mirren in the supporting roles. It may be true that there isn't necessarily a lot that is new in the movie, but nonetheless I found it very enjoyable to watch, and I found myself to be invested in Anna's fate. It of course doesn't hurt that Saha Luss is beautiful and enjoyable to watch, but you can also believe that her character is smart and tough, as well. (If you don't have Charlize Theron at hand, Sasha Luss will fill in just fine, and she actually lends a nice touch of vulnerability.) :Harry .G Highly entertaining; never a dull moment. Luc Besson did something extraordinary about this movie. It's better than Atomic Blonde, SALT, or Red Sparrow. In fact, it's comparable to John Wick in the intensity of the action sequences. The use of flashbacks is an effective plot device as it keeps the viewer on his toes following the story. Sasha Luss as Anna is badass through and through but with a tinge of vulnerability. She's fantastic executing those martial arts moves as these appear on the final cut. Helen Mirren, Luke Evans and Cillian Murphy provided great support making it a superb action movie that it is. And who can argue with a girl who wants to be free, even for just 6 months, because she has never been free in her life. Looking forward to Luc Besson's next flick: Albert Valenciano What ultimately sinks the film is its overwhelming blandness, from the lack of creativity employed in Anna's many kills to Besson's inability to choreograph a pulse-racing action scene... by Benjamin Lee[Guardian] Watching Anna brings with it a profound sense of déjà vu. If only anything else about it was profound by William Bibiaani [The Wrap].