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Anna's Summer (DVD) (*)
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Original Title: Annas Sommer
Screened, competed or awarded at:
Other Film Festival Awards

Language Selections:
English ( Subtitles )
French ( Subtitles )
German ( Dolby Digital 2.0 )
German ( Subtitles )
Greek ( Dolby Digital 2.0 )
Greek ( Subtitles )
Spanish ( Subtitles )

Product Origin/Format:
Germany ( PAL/Region 0 )

Running Time:
91 min

Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen (1.85:1)

Special Features:
Interactive Menu
Making Of
Scene Access

Movie filmed in 2001 and produced in:
Germany ( Germany, Central Europe )
Greece ( Italy, Greece )
Spain ( Spain, Portugal )

Directed By:
Jeanine Meerapfel

Written By:
Jeanine Meerapfel

Ángela Molina ..... Anna Kastelano
Herbert Knaup ..... Max Feldmann
Dimitris Katalifos ..... León Kastelanos
Rosana Pastor ..... Malena
Agis Emmanouil ..... Nikola
Themis Bazaka ..... Zoi
Maria Skoula ..... Anna Levi
Despo Diamantidou ..... María
Michalis Mitroussis ..... Yannis
Nicholas Bodeux ..... Krematoriumsangestellter
Helga Bellinghausen ..... Annas Freundin
Christos Stergioglou ..... Immobilienmakler
Alexandros Mylonas ..... Notar
Dimitris Kaberidis ..... Großvater Jacobo
Despo Glikofridi ..... Großmutter Anna

***WARNING***Mixed language audio with English, German, Greek, Spanish & French subtitles***Anna is the Jewish daughter of a Spanish mother and a Greek father. She has returned to her family's house in Greece after many of her friends and family members have died over the years. Although she came back to the house in order to sell it, things begin to take a different direction: The house itself, the furniture and other equipment in it seem to become alive for Anna, recalling images of her past, her beloved parents and her friend Max, who once gave her shelter from the raging policemen when she took part as a photo journalist in a political demonstration in Berlin. Anna changes her mind: When some rich, ignorant American couple wondering about if they should buy the house asks for the swimming pool (while the Mediterranean is half a mile away), she simply doubles the charge, and finally puts the "For sale" plate into the garbage can. In the meantime, she has had a little love affair with a young man from the village, found a girlfriend from her childhood days, swum in the sea, and found a way to live in peace with her melancholic memories.

In Jeanine Meerapfel's latest film, Anna's Summer, Anna (Angela Molina) returns to her family's Greek-island home after the death of her husband. As the sole survivor of the family and thus the sole repository of its history, she's haunted by memories-she turns a corner of the villa and steps into sun-drenched afternoons peopled with long-gone relatives raising their glasses in a toast. Sitting down on the beach for a snack, she's soon bookended by her husband and her long-dead father, both offering advice and felicitations on her abalone-cracking expertise. Some of the memories don't belong to Greece; unfolding a sweater transports her to a former residence in Germany. And some of the memories don't even belong to her; they belong to her Jewish grandmother Anna, who died at Auschwitz, and her father's beloved mistress Anna, dead of tuberculosis in a Swiss sanitarium. Minor but convincingly atmospheric, Anna's Summer overlaps times, cultures, languages-Spanish, Greek, German, and English-in a way that at first overwhelms and then slowly comforts, forging an identity all the stronger for its patchwork oddities.

A 50-year-old photojournalist (Angela Molina) welcomes the friendly spirits of her ancestors on a Greek island.
This product was added to our catalog on Monday 03 March, 2014.


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