The Annaatthe Movie Review is writing to inform people who are fresh into the anna atthe movie industry. It is the talk of town. Well, almost. The Annaatthe set in the fictional town of Annaatthe. And, what is more, it’s about to become the talk of the nation. The movie revolves around a young girl called Anna, who lives a sheltered life amidst other children in a small northern town.
One day, Anna gets a visit from her uncle. After getting an emotional upheaval, Anna decides to run away from home. But when she arrives at the orphanage, she’s stunned to see how dysfunctional the place is. As Anna wanders around, she meets a boy, Pontus, who is also from a remote village and also has an unusual desire to find his birth mother.
Annaatthe Movie story
Anna, now called Anna-Louise, falls in love with a local boy named Pontus. Although he is the son of a wealthy family, Anna-Louise has no money to buy clothes for him and so she ends up helping him dress. Things progress until one day, when the boy’s father catches Anna stealing some fish from the river. He takes custody of Anna, along with her unborn baby.
Anna, now 16, heads off to Europe in search of work, but when she gets a chance to see firsthand the brutality of war, she backslides. She becomes a volunteer and after some time, she graduates from the university. Anna-Louise meets Mathieu Chabot, a French soldier, during one of her trips to Europe.
The movie centres on Anna’s efforts to reconcile with her soon-to-be-ex, Mathieu. She has a troubled relationship with her brother, Eric, because she feels he doesn’t support her. Anna-Louise falls in love with the French officer, Prosper, whom she meets while volunteering in a hospital. Although her efforts to win his love back are thwarted by his drunkenness, their mutual attraction blossoms.
The movie ends with a happily ever after conclusion, but Anna-Louise is still deeply in love with Prosper. Eventually, she agrees to marry him only if he promises to leave her in order to go to an expensive French resort with him. However, he refuses to leave her, and they are married in front of a judge. Anna-Louise then plans to elope with Prosper, but he refuses her request.
The movie includes an interesting fairy tale subplot involving Anna-Louise’s younger sister, Thalgo. When Thalgo is captured by pirates, she becomes a slave in a ship owned by Prosper. Her role in this movie is rather insignificant; in fact, it occurs near the end. But it does add some spice to the story and also provides one of the more moving moments in the movie.
Anna Louise is not just a picture with a romantic ending. It includes a number of comic scenes as well, and the acting performances of both the adults and the children are outstanding. The film is not for the faint of heart, and there are some adult lyrics. But this family friendly movie is well worth watching with your loved one.
One of the greatest scenes occurs after the wedding, when the two girls are reading a book in the garden, and Prosper stops in to ask Anna-Louise a question. He apologizes for taking her along on his honeymoon and tells her he plans to marry her. Anna-Louise thinks about it for a moment before she blurts out, “Who said anything about marrying me?” to which Prosper replies, “Because you’re the most beautiful woman I’ve ever met.” This is an appropriate response to such a response, because Anna-Louise is no doubt the most beautiful woman in the world, and at the same time the epitome of elegance.
This movie is much more than a romantic comedy. It involves a large amount of social commentary and serious topics. For example, Anna-Louise’s older brother, Jean-Michel, has been wrongly accused of stealing money from the store, and his own father has threatened to leave them if they are found guilty. Anna-Louise, although trying to be strong and independent, does end up letting herself be bullied at school by the other girls, so Jean-Michel runs away to live with his grandmother, whom she is totally against. After years of fighting, Anna-Louise ends up falling in love with a boy named Maxim.
Anna-Louis suffers an anxiety attack during the climax of the movie, and upon recovery is told that her life has been saved. However, this is just a dream, so she awakes in the next morning, and assumes that she is still lost. Along the way, we learn that Maxim was the one who had helped save her life, and that he has plans to marry Anna-Louise. We also learn that the girl Jean-Michel had been bullying was in fact working at a theater, where Maxim works.
This movie is not at all what you would expect from an Anna-tale. The acting is stiff, the story line is disorganized, and the overall pace is slow. The true strength of the movie comes from the descriptions of the different historical figures and their interactions with each other. Annaatthe seems to have written herself into a corner, and after reading the book, I can’t help but feel that she may have done the same to herself. But with that in mind, I still give props to Anna-Louise, because despite the flaws, she deserves her royalcy.