Anna

Synopsis: Released in 1967, this was the first colour film made for French TV. The story is about a man obsessively looking for a woman he saw in a photograph.
 
IMDB:
7.0
Year:
1967
87 min
1,576 Views

Leave me alone.

I leave you alone.

You look like a peeping Tom.

A what?

Some kind of pervert.

No.

Yes.

No.

Yes, yes, yes.

C'mon, give me your newspaper.

But it's the one from yesterday.

I'm looking for a job.

Oh I don't even know what's the date.

It's Thursday.

Have a look at this.

Ah, not bad.

And that?

It's an eye!

You're smart.

Oh, I see.

And that?

It's the other one.

And this?

It's an ugly nose.

No, no, no.

You have a beautiful nose.

Oh it's not very gracious.

The voice, it is, but the nose...

Well, i gotta go now.

Bye, Mister.

Good-bye.

You're hard on me.

You're even harder...

...than a baseball ball, a baseball ball.

[pun:
"base" sounds like "f*ck" in french]

Let me tell you

something:
you're loosing

lucidity for a minute

and you're busted.

Gimme a break.

You're drunk.

Yeah, busted, wasted.

You'll lose all the chicks.

It's cristallisation...

...like Stendhal says.

You're no fun both of you.

Always the same tricks!

Hey, shut up!

If you want us to help you,

you have to seat quietly!

As if i needed your help!

That's why i say, you can't

seduce without lucidity.

Or else, girls will bleed you

to the latest drop.

Only one scheme, switch!

Switch can be exchange.

Yeah, a good baseball party...

...a good baseball party!

I'm playing it alone.

Okay man, as you want.

Have you been in London lately?

Yeah, i brought back this.

Oh, freedom.

Another beer?

Two.

- Three.

- Four. I'll get it for you.

You know her?

Are you interested?

We can get you launched on it...

How's your work?

Well, I have to find a name

for a new bubble-gum.

Baby-gum, Baby-gum.

Baby gum, ain't it good?

Oh we'll see,

I'll find something anyway.

For the moment we have to think

about having some fun!

It's, it's gum.

I call it a baseball party...

Okay, that's enough.

Let's get moving.

You're hard on me.

It's been quite too long.

Your little baseball game.

I wish i wouldn't be here.

I don't know where's

that elsewhere besides.

A new life, new horizon.

Find something else.

But the problem is

i don't really know what.

Leave far away from here,

where everything's grey.

I don't know where's

that elsewhere besides.

Anyway, somewhere else than here

where i can't even afford

to be bored...

...that lethal, terrific boredom.

Ah, boredom, boredom.

A no man's land

between life & death.

Dying two hours and a half...

...without moving, without thinking.

boredom...

...neither happy, nor unhappy...

...motionless!

A fantastic void where

every possibilities fall asleep...

...one by one.

Oh, it ought to be possible...

...this end-of-the-world concept.

A precise point under the sun.

Precisely under the sun...

...extraordinary.

Not bad, not bad at all.

Not bad, not bad at all.

Amazing.

Ah, i need to go see by myself.

Not bad, not bad at all.

Not bad, not bad at all.

Grey eyes. Green eyes.

Tomorrow, i'll know the exact color!

Not bad, not bad at all.

Not bad...

...not bad at all.

Yeah, this chick's mine, man.

Already.

Huh-huh. Not bad.

What do you mean "not bad"?

Hey man!

Are you kidding?

She's terrific.

Who's that, there?

- Where?

- There.

I dunno.

What do you mean?

I dunno.

She happened to be there,

passing by.

Okay, anyway, you've gotta find her.

- Why?

- No why!

But...

Fool!

C'mon, hurry up!

Let's get it on.

Oh... Ho!

What did you do just before?

Oh, nothing. I was wandering.

And you, are you here for a long time?

Eternity!

THe boss's looking good.

Young...

...friendly...

Really? I didn't notice that.

Okay, so, i want her look to be seen

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Serge Gainsbourg

Serge Gainsbourg (born Lucien Ginsburg; French pronunciation: ​[sɛʁʒ ɡɛ̃sbuʁ]; 2 April 1928 – 2 March 1991) was a French singer, songwriter, pianist, film composer, poet, painter, screenwriter, writer, actor, and director. Regarded as one of the most important figures in French popular music, he was renowned for his often provocative and scandalous releases, as well as his diverse artistic output, which embodied genres ranging from jazz, mambo, world, chanson, pop and yé-yé, to rock and roll, progressive rock, reggae, electronic, disco, new wave, and funk. Gainsbourg's varied musical style and individuality make him difficult to categorize although his legacy has been firmly established and he is often regarded as one of the world's most influential popular musicians.His lyrical works incorporated a vast amount of clever word play to hoodwink the listener, often for humorous, provocative, satirical or subversive reasons. Common types of word play in his songs include mondegreen, onomatopoeia, rhyme, spoonerism, dysphemism, paraprosdokian and pun. Through the course of his career, Gainsbourg wrote over 550 songs, which have been covered more than 1,000 times by a wide range of artists. Since his death, Gainsbourg's music has reached legendary stature in France, and he is regarded as one of France’s most revered musicians. He has also gained a cult following in the English-speaking world, with numerous artists influenced by his arrangements. more…

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