Hanna

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A teenage assassin raised in remote Finland is dispatched on a dangerous mission by her father, an ex-CIA operative, in this innovative action thriller from director Joe Wright Atonement, Pride & Prejudice. Hanna Saoirse Ronan may look like your typical teenage girl, but she's a trained killer who has spent her entire life preparing for one mission. Schooled in the arts of survival and killing by her mysterious father Eric Bana, Hanna finally reaches the age when she must put her skills to the test, and sets ...
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A teenage assassin raised in remote Finland is dispatched on a dangerous mission by her father, an ex-CIA operative, in this innovative action thriller from director Joe Wright Atonement, Pride & Prejudice. Hanna Saoirse Ronan may look like your typical teenage girl, but she's a trained killer who has spent her entire life preparing for one mission. Schooled in the arts of survival and killing by her mysterious father Eric Bana, Hanna finally reaches the age when she must put her skills to the test, and sets out across Europe on a collision course with a cunning intelligence operative Cate Blanchett who has been awaiting her arrival for years. Later, as agents close in from all sides and Hanna finally gets her target in the crosshairs, the trained assassin uncovers some secrets from the past that stir the conscience she never knew she had, and cause her to question everything she has ever known.
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All Movie Guide - Jason Buchanan
Watching Hanna, it's easy to see why there was so much buzz around Seth Lochhead and David Farr's screenplay in the few years before the film went into production; the story of the mysterious young warrior is structured in a way that immediately draws the viewer in, and keeps us constantly guessing as the details of her enigmatic past steadily come into focus. The opening scenes of the young girl hunting in the frozen tundra possess a unique serenity that is quickly punctured by a violent act that will ultimately bring the movie full circle, but not before we embark on a thrilling adventure that takes us to picturesque locations throughout Africa and Europe. Hanna Saoirse Ronan may look like your typical teenage girl, but she's a trained killer who has spent her entire life preparing for one mission. Schooled in the arts of survival and killing by her secretive father, Erik Eric Bana, Hanna finally reaches the age when she must put her skills to the test, and activates the tracking device that will summon cunning intelligence operative Marissa Cate Blanchett. It's the moment Marissa has been anticipating for years, yet almost as soon as she has Hanna in her grasp, the girl is gone. Determined not to let her target slip away, Marissa recruits the sadistic Isaacs Tom Hollander and his skinhead thugs to track Hanna down as Erik makes his way to a secret, pre-arranged meeting place in Berlin. Later, as agents close in from all sides and Hanna finally gets her target in the crosshairs, the trained assassin uncovers some secrets from the past that stir the conscience she never knew she had, and cause her to question everything she has ever known. Sometimes it takes an outsider's perspective to put a new spin on a familiar genre, and that's precisely what director Joe Wright brings to Hanna. A filmmaker with no discernible background in the action genre, Wright seems to value style and characterization in equal measure. As a result, our eyes are constantly drawn to the many visual flourishes so prevalent throughout the film while our attention stays consistently focused on the characters and their plight. Even in moments when the pacing feels slightly off, it's this compelling balance that ensures we never fully disconnect from the story. And though Wright's inexperience in the genre does occasionally seep through in scenes that find him falling back on the shaky-cam style so pervasive in post-Bourne Identity action cinema, other fight scenes, such as a confrontation in a Berlin subway station, show a refreshing flair for choreography and long takes that helps to set Hanna apart. A driving score by the Chemical Brothers keeps the story moving along at a satisfying pace, and proves an ideal match for the chilly, carefully composed imagery Wright creates alongside veteran cinematographer Alwin H. Küchler Morvern Callar, Sunshine. It would have been easy to craft Hanna as a one-dimensional action romp about a teenage terminator, but by providing the character with a few friends along the way including young Jessica Barden, who's fantastic as a materialistic tween brat with a soul, Lochhead and Farr afford her the opportunity to explore her humanity while raising some fascinating questions about the experiments that spawned her. Still, it could be said that the less time one spends reflecting on their screenplay the better, as convenience occasionally takes precedence over coherence, and one fairly crucial plot point is completely abandoned once it no longer serves the narrative. With icy, inquisitive eyes that never stop scanning her surroundings, Ronan does an impressive job of portraying a young girl raised in such intense isolation that she has never even heard music nor seen a television, and as her father, Bana does commendable work with a character who is alternately ruthless and nurturing -- occasionally in the same scene. Blanchett obviously relishes her opportunity to indulge in a thick Southern drawl, and Hollander brings a distinct sense of flair to his role as a vicious contractor charged with capturing the elusive girl. Despite the fact that there's precious little originality in a plot about a killer on the run or even an adolescent assassin for that matter, Hanna stands apart from the pack because it was directed with a strong creative vision and written in an involving, compelling style. Throw all of those elements together along with some impressive visuals and a pumping electronica score, and the result is an action film that, much like its main character, is slick enough to dodge a few bullets while it's running, yet, despite appearances, not impervious to them.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/22/2012
  • UPC: 025192146527
  • Original Release: 2011
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  • Source: Universal Studios
  • Region Code: 1
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Saoirse Ronan Hanna
Eric Bana , Erik
Cate Blanchett , Marissa
Tom Hollander Isaacs,
Jason Flemyng , Sebastian
Olivia Williams Rachel,
Jessica Barden Sophie
Martin Wuttke , Knepfler
Jamie Beamish Burton
Vicky Krieps Johanna Zadeck
Paris Arrowsmith CIA Tech 1
John Macmillan Lewis
Tim Beckmann Walt
Paul Birchard Bob
Christian Malcolm Head of Ops
Tom Hodgkins Monitor
Vincent Montuel Camp G Doctor 1
Nathan Nolan Camp G Doctor 2
Michelle Dockery False Marissa
Aldo Maland Miles
Mohammed Majd Moroccan Hotel Owner
Sebastian Hülk Titch
Joel Basman Razor
Matthias Brandt Danish Policeman
Alvaro Cervantes Feliciano
Marc Soto Feliciano's Brother
Gudrun Ritter Katrin Zadeck
Technical Credits
Joe Wright Director
Marty Adelstein Producer
Lucie Bates Costumes/Costume Designer
The Chemical Brothers Score Composer
Josephine Davies Associate Producer
David Farr Screenwriter
Christoph Fisser Co-producer
Sarah Greenwood Production Designer
Barbara Hall Executive Producer
Guy Heeley Asst. Director
Leslie Holleran Producer
Jina Jay Casting
Alwin Küchler Cinematographer
Seth Lochhead Original Story, Screenwriter
Henning Molfenter Co-producer
Scott Nemes Producer
Ivana Primorac Makeup
Paul Tothill Editor
Roland Winke Sound Mixer
Carl L. Woebcken Co-producer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Hanna
1. Chapter 1 [5:21]
2. Chapter 2 [5:31]
3. Chapter 3 [4:14]
4. Chapter 4 [4:50]
5. Chapter 5 [4:30]
6. Chapter 6 [5:36]
7. Chapter 7 [5:10]
8. Chapter 8 [6:15]
9. Chapter 9 [4:42]
10. Chapter 10 [3:48]
11. Chapter 11 [5:29]
12. Chapter 12 [3:32]
13. Chapter 13 [1:34]
14. Chapter 14 [3:44]
15. Chapter 15 [7:19]
16. Chapter 16 [8:10]
17. Chapter 17 [4:51]
18. Chapter 18 [4:44]
19. Chapter 19 [7:10]
20. Chapter 20 [6:39]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Hanna
   Play
   Scenes
   Bonus
      Alternate Ending
      Deleted Scenes
      Anatomy of a Scene: The Escape From Camp G
      Feature Commentary With Director Joe Wright - On
      Feature Commentary With Director Joe Wright - Off
   Setup
      Spoken Language: English 5.1
      Spoken Language: Español 5.1
      Spoken Language: Français 5.1
      Spoken Language: DVS (Descriptive Video Service)
      Feature Commentary with Director Joe Wright
      Subtitles: English SDH
      Subtitles: Español
      Subtitles: Français
      Subtitles: Off
   Previews
      The Event
      The Eagle
      The American
      Munich
      The Constant Gardener
      Eastern Promises
      Atonement
      Pride & Prejudice
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  • Posted October 14, 2011

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    Recommended

    Great story, great acting, great fight scenes, great music, great movie!

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  • Posted December 26, 2011

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    Suspenseful

    The fight scenes were cool. Acting was also really good. The ending seemed to just well...end. I don't know. Anyway really good movie.

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  • Posted October 20, 2011

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    The acting was pretty good in this movie and the story was pretty cool, so great fighting sequences. I only wish there could have been a little bit more to it...more action and whatnot, but it wasn't too bad. An average thriller. I did very much enjoye the Chemical Brothers soundtrack in it. Overall worth a watch I think, but not sure it's one I would probably own.

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