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Hannah

 

 

Original title:
Hannah
Slovenian title:
Hannah
Section:
PERSPECTIVES

Country, year:
Italy, France, Belgium, 2017
Length:
95

Directed by:
Andrea Pallaoro

Screenplay:
Andrea Pallaoro, Orlando Tirado
Cinematography:
Chayse Irvin
Music:
Michelino Bisceglia
Subtitles:
Slovenian
Language:
French,English
Voting code:
/
Cast:
Charlotte Rampling (Hannah), André Wilms (Hannahin mož/Hannah's husband), Stéphanie Van Vyve (Elaine), Simon Bisschop (Nicholas), Jessica Fanhan (ženska na podzemni železnici), Fatou Traoré (dramska učiteljica ), Jean-Michel Balthazar (Chris), Gaspard Savini (Charlie), Julien Vargas (Michael), Luca Avallone (Albert)
Awards:
Venice 2017 (Best Actress), Toronto 2017, Rio de Janeiro 2017, Chicago 2017 (Best Cinematography), Vienna 2017, Thessaloniki 2017


DateHourLocation 
Wed, 7.11.2018 17:00 Kino Komuna
Sat, 10.11.2018 14:45 Linhart Hall v angleščino
Wed, 14.11.2018 19:30 Kinodvor Cinema
Thu, 15.11.2018 18:00 Maribox

Deli povezavo
Description:
Winner of the Venice Film Festival Award for Best Actress, Charlotte Rampling stars in the role of an older woman grappling with the consequences of her husband's imprisonment.

Hannah has a quiet dinner with her husband, and the next morning she carefully lays out his clothes before accompanying him to prison. She'll now have to get used to a solitary life and a job cleaning the modern house of a well-heeled family. Despite attempts at somehow passing her time usefully, she remains locked in silence and contemplation, often gazing furtively at the behaviour of other passengers on the subway as she goes to and from her apartment. While Hannah drifts between reality and denial, the film investigates modern day alienation, societal pressures and the struggle to connect when one's sense of identity is fractured.

"Hannah's struggle touches me deeply, maybe because I sense how unforgiving the world can be towards her, or maybe because I see in her certain parts of myself. What I know is that with this film I wanted to feel close to her, to hold her hand, to empower her, to reassure her. More than anything, I wanted the world to see her, to sense her grief, and to witness her struggle to define herself anew, alone." (Andrea Pallaoro)

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