I, Anna

Synopsis: A noir thriller told from the point of view of a femme fatale, who falls for the detective in charge of a murder case.
Genre: Drama, Thriller
Director(s): Barnaby Southcombe
Production: Artificial Eye
  2 wins & 2 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
93 min

Hey, Simon, it's me.

I was just wondering how...

Yes, I'm fine, I'm really fine.

I've been busy.

Yes, it's good.

No. No, I...

What would you say if I was to tag along

with you and Emmy and Chiara this weekend?


No, I understand.

Congratulations, then.

No, I'm...

I'm fine. I need to go now.

- You thought we were too sad and depressing for you.

- I did not say that.

No, but it's what you thought.

- What if you are lucky tonight?

- The odds do not look too great.

It only takes one to be the right one.

There... across the room...

Your eyes meet... Bingo!

Good luck.

- Madam.

- Thank you.

It's that time.

Take your seat.

Ladies, you stay seated.

Gents, after the next bell

you move one table to your right.

Chin up, girl.

Yeah, you're right.

What do they have that we don't?

Nothing age can't better.

You want to share?


- Excuse me?

- You heard me.

Oh... I don't do that.

I bet the little blonde

he left you for does.

Actually, the split was mutual.

We did not realize what we had.

No, you didn't realize what you had.

Now it's a little too late.

Things ain't what they used to be.

We can meet the men we want now.

So, get your skinny legs back out there

and flaunt them.

I remember my mom having the same

conversation with her friends, in 1965.

Right... Nothing changes.

Is there one for me?

Yes, indeed.

What a relief. I'm dehydrated.

- George. George Stone.

- Hello, George.


Hello? Do you know that your water is running?

Is there anyone here?

Report of a suspicious death.

Is anyone near Ink Building?

The one who alerted is waiting there.

Someone nearby, come in.

Any unit in the vicinity? Come.

- Are you the police?

- Mr. Green?

Over here. Your lot asked me

to come back here and wait.

- Have you been in the flat?

- Of course.

Have you touched anything?

- Who is it?

- For god's sake, Mom!


You obviously like to sleep, hum?

What's happened?

No, Linda, I'm not being smart.

I said I would talk to him.

You know how it is, he is fifteen.

We can't keep wrapping him in cotton wool.

Sir, did we miss something?

Where? Did we say that?

Units are on their way here.

Get the log going.

What are you waiting for?

A packed lunch and a goodbye kiss?

No, Linda, not you.

The door is this way.

You look as lost as I am.

That's what I was looking for!

Guv? What are you doing here?

Nineteenth floor.

Stop staring.

George did this to you?

You're staying with him, aren't you?

I know you are.

Say that you're staying

with that f***ing sh*t.

He did this to you, right?

Sh! The baby sleeps.

You don't remember having struck something?

Did you lift something heavy?

I'm sorry. Don't worry.

Bone fractures are common at your age.

It heals quickly.

I'll arrange for some painkillers.

It'll hurt for a while.

Oops, sorry.

Can you trace a number plate for me?

- I have only part of the number.

- Sure.

Thank you.

- Hello.

- Can I speak to George?

Are you a relative?

Is he there?

I'm afraid there's been an incident.

George Stone. Not his best side.

White male, 46 years old, separated. Prone to

temper tantrums, according to the neighbors.

Unless the autopsy shows something else

we can assume that he was killed by...

...A blunt artwork.

No forced entry, no signs of struggle.

Valuables - TV and computer were left,

and 7,000 pounds in cash.

- Not bad.

- Investigators received a call.

It was traced to his wife, Janet.

- I found nine. Should I continue?

- No, it will be good.

Neighbors have described

a young male boarding.

A backpack under the bed contained

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