Anna 1975
ANNA is an astonishing nearly four-hour documentary about a 16-year-old homeless junkie, eight months pregnant, whom the filmmakers discovered in Rome’s Piazza Navona. The film was initially constructed on the basis of the events and experiences of its protagonists, but soon the script was abandoned for a full immersion into their daily lives.
ANNA cuts between long, often discomfiting domestic scenes and equally protracted cafe discussions back in the square, where the unruly cross talk among hippies, bums, bourgeoisie, and angry young men touches on the movie’s key themes of obligation and intervention: between filmmakers and their subjects, the state and its citizens, fellow members of society.
Of the eleven hours filmed, a short version was transcribed onto 16mm film using a vidigrafo created by Alberto Grifi, before making its debut at the Berlin Film Festival in 1975.

DVD9 | PAL 4:3 | 03:33:41 | 7.91 Gb + 3% rec
Language: Italiano
Subtitles: English
Genre: Documentary

Directors: Alberto Grifi, Massimo Sarchielli
Country: Italy

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