I, Anna is Barnaby Southcombe’s debut feature film, and a noir that is told from the point of view of our femme fatale (Charlotte Rampling), who falls in love with the detective (Gabriel Byrne) in charge of a murder case of which she had a part to play. Hitting our cinema screens this Friday 6 December, we caught up with Southcombe to discuss this intriguing piece of cinema.
Heavily influenced by 1950’s Hollywood and Nordic noir, I, Anna is a riveting tale, and one that Southcombe is evidently proud of. With us he discusses his personal influences, and how thrilled he was to work alongside the likes of Byrne and Rampling, the latter of which is his very own mother, which, in itself, proved something of a peculiar experience for the first time filmmaker…
I, Anna is released this Friday 7th December. You can see all our coverage from the movie here.