Director: Pierre Koralnik
“An ultra chic (and ultra rare) imported treasure buried deep in the foreign recess of 1960s pop culture.” - Stylus Magazine
The first colour broadcast to appear on French television, Anna is a pop art/comedy/musical written specifically for screen siren Anna Karina, featuring a saccharine-sweet soundtrack of tunes by legendary French composer Serge Gainsbourg, who also stars.
The starry-eyed storyline is about a man obsessively searching for the woman he sees in a photograph, though little does he know she's hiding behind horn-rimmed glasses in the same advertising agency where he works.
A truly charming time capsule of late 60s French savoir faire, Anna is a satisfying sojourn into the psychedelic mod-pop style of musical, and a heartfelt valentine to its titular lady.
Also stars Jean-Claude Brialy and Marianne Faithfull.