The KGB agent Anna (Sasha Luss) comes from the mid-80s to Paris. As a Model, camouflaged, she commits for the Soviet secret service murders – device, but the focus of the CIA. A beautiful woman makes a series of wise men: Has Luc Besson again, "Lucy"? Unfortunately not: "Anna" reminds much more of the mediocre Jennifer-Lawrence-movie "Red Sparrow". There, too, a young woman is recruited in the ' 80s from KGB. And there, too, the Russian characters speak predominantly English with a broken accent set.
A Russian KGB agent is working as a Model, camouflaged in Paris: "Anna". Video: Vimeo/Ascot elite
It is often the case that Russia is setting in Western movies – that it is missing, but Russian performers to speak, or that the producers want to impose on the audience, not a foreign-language dialogues. The Bond films managed, in such cases, so that the Russian characters speak consistently in English. But with an accent. That's not always something Ridiculous in itself, especially if the actor can.
"Anna," it's especially bizarre because the main actress Sasha Luss is a Russian. But your acting partners – including Helen Mirren as a KGB officer – originate from the West, so must adapt to Luss. All the more striking, if you can suddenly speak Russian – in the only scene in which it plays along with a country man.
another way productions, do Thomas Vinterbergs U-Boot-Thriller "Kursk" or the HBO series "Chernobyl". Although Western performers play here also, Russian characters speak consistently in English. The but looks a lot less ridiculous, because at least the accents will be omitted.
"Anna" to be running in various cinema
Created: 10.07.2019, 12:56 PM