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- Sasha Luss
- Helen Mirren
- Luke Evans
- Cillian Murphy
- Lera Abova
- Alexander Petrov
- Nikita Pavlenko
- Anna Krippa
- Aleksey Maslodudov
- Eric Godon
Did You Know?
- The K.G.B. building where a car is waiting for Anna (Sasha Luss) during the climax scene is actually the Chemical Department of Moscow State University. The main building (tower) of the university is briefly visible.
- There are numerous instances where the technology on display (laptops, high resolution displays, webcams, hard drives, flash drives, internet, etc.) exists far earlier than the year it was actually released/available.
- Anna: I work for the KGB, baby.
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Loved it! I'm not normally I to action movies, but my boyfriend wanted to go see it. I've got say, before I start going into details, my 5-star rating is not a gift - it actually earned it! It had just the right amount of everything. Action, love, realistic background on the main character, and human side to it that made me connect with her. I usually think of action movies that are heavily about a woman as the main character as fake. Like they use the character to lure in men or women rights activists lol However, it gives hope and inspiration to the real women watching. I've felt in that position and the answer is to keep going, but be smart about it. Never give up hope or on your dreams. Don't depend on anyone but yourself to make your dreams come true. It's not a movie against men either, there's just good conversations and topics about not giving up and being strong by yourself. Your partner doesn't make you strong, but you can become stronger with the right one.
Besson’s film feels like a relic by most modern standards: It’s a formulaic thriller from a director who invented this very specific formula, and just about all it’s good for is introducing audiences to Sasha Luss, who carries the film with elegant strength and unleashes a satisfying fury whenever she’s allowed to destroy or humiliate her oppressors.
Anna was written and directed by Besson himself and it still feels like a misfired rehash of his greatest hits.
The thrill is long gone in Anna, a lifeless and instantly forgettable spy flick whose lead, Sasha Luss, shows zero promise as a movie star.