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Too artsy to be enjoyed as a spy vs. spy
on December 5, 2013
Hanna (Saorirse Ronan) is raised in an aortic type of wilderness 9actualy Finland) to keep her safe from the outside world until she decides she is ready. Once she decides she is ready for the world it may not be the world she imagines.
We travel along with her as she learns about family, friendship and love. She also learns about her past and we speculate on her future.
The problem is this film is way to artsy to just be a shoot, slice and bludgeon them up. It spins more time on unique music that is much louder than the dialog. Pictures of vast panoramas that is inconsequential to the story.
The Blu-ray DVD extras are the standard how it is made and whet they are trying to say and do not quite get there. They even made the cabin as a work of art.
Look up Hanna!
"The soul of man has been given wings" (Charles Chaplin), "The Great Dictator"