Volpi Cup ~ Best Actress
Venice Film Festival
Golden Lion
Venice Film Festival
Plays out in long wordless takes often stripped of context and attains a discomfiting intimacy in its chilly examination of a woman coming undone.
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Hannah is the intimate portrait of a woman's loss of identity as she teeters between denial and reality. Left alone grappling with the consequences of her husband's imprisonment, Hannah begins to unravel. Through the exploration of her fractured sense of identity and loss of self-control, the film investigates modern day alienation, the struggle to connect, and the dividing lines between individual identity, personal relationships, and societal pressures.

Played at

Music Hall, 3.09.18 - 3.15.18
Rated NR This film is subtitled This film is subtitled
Genre: French Cinema, Women and Film
Runtime: 95 min
Language: French

Director: Andrea Pallaoro
Cast: André Wilms, Charlotte Rampling

  • Winner, Volpi Cup ~ Best Actress, Venice Film Festival
  • Nominee, Golden Lion, Venice Film Festival
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