Previously at the ICA - Films
26 Oct 2007 – 22 Nov 2007
"...terrific debut." ****The Guardian
"A smashing, funny and politically sophisticated feature debut" The Daily Telegraph
"...deft, original, entertaining..." ****Time Out
**** The Sunday Times
**** The Independent
**** Sunday Telegraph
**** Evening Standard
**** Total Film
**** The Times
**** Film Review
The fiercely logical Anna (a wonderful performance by nine-year-old Nina Kervel-Bey) lives a comfortable life in early 1970s Paris with her French journalist mother and Spanish lawyer father, until her life is turned upside down when her parents become political activists and she finds herself shifted to a cramped apartment where strange, bearded revolutionaries turn up during the night. A charming and thoughtful film, the first drama from documentary director Julie Gavras (whose father is Z director Costa-Gavras).
An ICA Films release.
Dir Julie Gavras, France 2006, 99 mins