The Meetings of Anna

The Meetings of Anna

Anna is a film director whose job takes her all over western Europe. In each place she either already has some intimate connection, or readily makes one. People seem drawn to her, but inevitably insist on sharing their inmost secrets and discontents with her, despite her obvious and profound lack of interest in these revelations. This does not deter Anna from continuing to meet people, and she genuinely connects with them occasionally, as when she sees her mother briefly in Brussels.

Anna, a detached and diffident director, arrives in Germany to show her latest film; she checks into a hotel, invites a stranger to her bed, and abruptly tells him to leave. He asks her to ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Meetings of Anna torrent reviews

Tom M (nl) wrote: You know you are running out of material when Ice Age: Collision Course is sending its prehistorical animals into space.

Vaibhav W (fr) wrote: Indie film done right with the right amount of heart - characterizations perfect while the handheld camera adds its own charm

Micha M (fr) wrote: Aksel Hennie, mimo 1/4e dosta, tylko 5 minut, jak zwykle zrobi, film. Podk,ad muzyczny rwnie 1/4 idealnie dobrany :D

Jim F (jp) wrote: The only thing that made this worth watching was the subject matter. Otherwise it was a very dull drama

Sergel C (fr) wrote: Glaring plot holes are everywhere.

Robyn M (au) wrote: This just movie just sucks. How can anyone say this is a Bambi movie? i'm confused is he a Doe named Bambi or the next generation of Bambi's family? Come on the only thing cute about this HORRIBLE disney Made for home DVD is the animantion of bambi's facial expressions. This movie is another way for Disney to sucker us out of money. Other then the story itself being lame, Bambi 2 has no beginning, middle and end. I felt like i walk away with this movie wasting my precious time.

Michael W (kr) wrote: Desperate situation on future Earth, with Dictator in control of nuclear launch device and Utah importing attractive women. Female prisoner sent on crucial mission to sabotage the device. Appears to have been filmed entirely in a warehouse.

Daniel D (nl) wrote: Nem o Bruce Willis capaz de salvar esse filme...

Patrick W (br) wrote: When people cry, they can dry their eyes with tissues. But when an apartment cries, it takes a lot to mop it up.

Jilie L (jp) wrote: a girl, a dad, and a horse, and they won the contest.

Brandon R (kr) wrote: Not a bad remake really, throw the first DOTD out the window and forget about it and just enjoy this modern day horror flick.

Justin A (ag) wrote: Compared to other Hammer Dracula movies, this one is a bit of a bore. Some of the things you expect are still there (blood, violence, gothic settings, cleavage), but just not nearly as in abundance as the other movies. Christopher Lee doesn't get as much screen time as you would hope and most of the movie (about 80%) takes place in an inn/tavern. Instead of being in castles or dark landscapes we get to enjoy time at the inn with the baker and his studies! And there is no Peter Cushing to help carry the film from beginning to end. So we just get a mediocre (at best) Dracula film.

Zack B (mx) wrote: Incredible performance by Alain Delon and everyone else for that matter.

Randy T (es) wrote: Great films distinguish themselves in a number of different ways. Some of them are perfectly cast. Others have tremendous cinematography. Still others may have great scripting, direction or editing. I Want to Live stands out for one reason, Susan Hayward's performance.Hayward shines in this true story about a woman convicted of murder and sentenced to die in California's gas chamber. There are numerous supporting characters in this dramatization but it's Susan Hayward's heart-wrenching portrayal that will haunt you even after the credits roll.

James H (de) wrote: Good war thriller, fine cast but James Cagney isn't quite convincing. Intriguing story and it's well written. Suspenseful and it has a rousing score. 6.5/10.

Art S (kr) wrote: Very cozy comedy drama about young women in a NYC boarding house hoping to make it on Broadway. Ginger Rogers is queen of the wisecracks and Katharine Hepburn is the rich girl slumming it to have a more authentic experience. The 1930s seem so different from today -- I can't even imagine that a place like the Footlights Club (boarding house) still exists. However, David Lynch does use Ann Miller (only 14 years old here) perfectly in Mulholland Dr, renting out cottages to Hollywood hopefuls, and thereby echoing the seamier side of Stage Door (where Adolphe Menjou's producer/exploiter is almost played for laughs).

Connor M (it) wrote: Great little action film with an interesting plot

WS W (de) wrote: Not as lame as thought but the self-acclaimed smartness or humors are quite over-done.