Is it just me, or is that lovely song "Anna's Reverie" (written by Paul Baillargeon) one of the most beautiful and sadly overlooked songs in film? I've never heard anyone comment on it and it is truly haunting. As for the film, it is full of terrific ideas and is not badly put together, but it is decidedly amateurish and marred by ugly production values that are quite dated. Overall, the film is a perfect candidate for a remake, having good ideas but needing a more polished production to pull them off. Byrne does a nice job in the title role, however, and the song makes it worth a look. . .