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Anna is a film director whose job takes her all over western Europe. In each place she either already has some intimate connection, or readily makes one. People seem drawn to her, but inevitably insist on sharing their inmost secrets and discontents with her, despite her obvious and profound lack of interest in these revelations. This does not deter Anna from continuing to meet people, and she genuinely connects with them occasionally, as when she sees her mother briefly in Brussels.

  1. Chantal Akerman

    Director, Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Aurore Clément

    Aurore Clément

    Anna Silver

  2. Helmut Griem

    Helmut Griem

    Heinrich Schneider

  3. Magali Noël

    Magali Noël

    Ida

  4. Hanns Zischler

    Hanns Zischler

    Hans

  5. Jean-Pierre Cassel

    Jean-Pierre Cassel

    Daniel

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The Meetings of Anna
The Meetings of Anna

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Original Title Les Rendez-vous d'Anna

Status Released

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  • October 8, 1978
    Theatrical

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Original Language French

Runtime 2h 0m

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