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  • Actors: Dina Merrill, Martha Byrne, Mark Patton, Donna Mitchell, Jack Ryland
  • Directors: Robert Wiemer
  • Writers: Robert Wiemer, Mildred Ames
  • Producers: Robert Wiemer, Ned Kandel
  • Format: Color, DVD-Video, Full Screen, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Region: All RegionsAll Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: PG
  • Studio: Scorpion Entertainment
  • Release Date: April 27 2010
  • Run Time: 101 minutes
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  • ASIN: B00347ZYT8
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This acclaimed drama with a sci-fi twist follows the travails of a young girl desperately seeking to unravel the mystery of her own life. Strange things are happening to Anna Hart (Martha Byrne, Daytime Emmy winner, AS THE WORLD TURNS, GENERAL HOSPITAL), a precocious student at a school for gifted children. Anna has become a compulsive liar and thief, and has vivid nightmares about disasters yet to occur, as well as a fear of flickering lights. And stranger still, Anna's mother (Dina Merrill, BUTTERFIELD 8, DESK TOP) flatly refuses to get her daughter psychiatric help. But when Anna sees another girl with her own name and her own same face on TV, Anna sets out, with the aid of her older brother Rowan (Mark Patton), to pick up the pieces of her shattered life and solve the mystery of why there is another Anna. In doing so, Anna learns she's part of a monstrous experiment in genetic engineering, headed by a Dr. Jelliff (Jack Gilford, COCOON, Academy Award nominee SAVE THE TIGER) who will stop at nothing in his scientific madness. Based on an acclaimed children's novel by Mildred Ames, ANNA TO THE INFINITE POWER is a sci-fi drama that will keep viewers of all ages at the edge of their seats!

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0xa586f8b8) out of 5 stars 111 reviews
29 of 30 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa50fe1a4) out of 5 stars That "Reverie" Song steals the show. . . Oct. 22 2003
By C. Cook - Published on
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. . .
31 of 33 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa5323270) out of 5 stars A great conspiracy movie July 1 2005
By bernie - Published on
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11 year-old Anna Hart (Martha Byne) seems to have some problems dealing with people, she also has a few problems like kleptomania, and being amoral. Her neighbor and piano teacher Michaela Dupont/Anna Parkhurst (Donna Mitchell) is not helping; if anything she seems to be aggravating the situation (or is she supposed to be guiding the child to some end. Her mother Sarah (Dina Merrill), tends to look the other way as she seems to know something that anna does not.

One night Anna sees her doppelganger on TV and decides to investigate; this will lead her to a secret about herself and a person once known as Anna Zimmerman. Often overlooked is the help and support she receives from her older brother Rowann (Mark Patton.)

There is a lot of danger and mystery to the story. As it unfolds there are some twists and turns. You will find your self kibitzing during potential escape scenes. In the end you decide who the good guys are and who the bad are.

The movie was based on a novel 1983 "Anna to the Infinite Power" by Mildred Ames. The Novel and movie are closely aligned.

What is missing from the book is the haunting sound of "Anna's Reverie" written by composer Paul Baillargeon Sung by Christine Andreas German Lyrics by Charles & Marion Linton.

If you find this film intriguing then you may want to read the Replica book series by Marilyn Kaye, starting with "Amy Number Seven."
14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa517c7f8) out of 5 stars There's Just Something About Anna July 26 2010
By Vanessa M - Published on
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I first stumbled onto this film searching for movies that starred Martha Byrne, a lovely and talented actress whom is best known for her work on As the World Turns. I bought an old VHS I found of this film originally and loved it. I was absolutely ecstatic to find it on DVD! The film quality is fairly low as it was done on a small budget in the early eighties, but despite the low film quality it is an excellent movie! Martha Byrne portrays a young girl who figures out she is the subject of a scientific experiment and sets out to uncover the mysteries surrounding it. Watching this film today, one might roll their eyes a couple of times at some dialogue here and there, but in comparison to some family films put out today, it is much more realistic and has much more genuine heart behind it. A younger sister of mine is nothing if not a modern teen and when she watched this movie with me, she loved it! There's just something about the film that brings out a sense of nostalgia, adventure, and warmth. This movie would be a great addition to any family's film collection. Thumbs up!
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa51050b4) out of 5 stars What a good movie! I enjoyed every minute of it Aug. 13 2014
By John Eccleston - Published on
What a good movie! I enjoyed every minute of it. Superbly acted by the young girl (Martha Byrne) who plays Anna Hart. She plays an extremely intelligent girl, talented in mathematics, music, etc. She often seems too smart for her own good; aggravating her parents, brother, teacher and others. She also seems destined to be more than just a special person. Her strange dreams indicate that there is more to her life than she is aware of. Her mother has kept a terrible secret from Anna and her entire family that will ultimately affect everyone who loves Anna. Her brother, who is initially very upset with Anna's odd behavior and offputting manner, distances himself from her, but over time, he can not totally abandon Anna in her time of need. Well done movie. I can't believe that I haven't seen it on TV before. It is VERY watchable! I think you'll be very pleased after you watch it. I know I was.
11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa517c750) out of 5 stars Just like I remembered it! Dec 22 2010
By The Handy Lady - Published on
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I saw this movie for the first time when I was in 5th grade and I LOVED it! Imagine my surprise when I saw that it was available on DVD 25 years later! Watching it as an adult, I have to say that it is just as good as I remembered it. My husband and kids loved it too. I don't want to spoil it for anyone, so I'll just say that the plot has withstood the test of time--the "events" are still relevant and being written about in children's literature today.

I would consider showing this to a classroom--5th grade and up. However, there is one short part where the father is staying in a room at the YMCA, smoking a cigarette and drinking alcohol (if I remember correctly). My husband and I had a laugh over this (it was such a 1980's stereotype) but parents might object.