Anna is a 1970 Finnish movie co-written by Jörn Donner and Eija-Elina Bergholm, and directed by Donner, featuring Harriet Andersson, Pertti Melasniemi and Marja Packalén. Filmed in Kustavi and Turku, Finland. There was controversy about the nudity in the film. It has been described as "perhaps [Donner's] most thoughtful film", and been listed among "the most important films made in Finland in the 1960s and 1970s".
Thirty-eight-year-old Anna Kivi (Harriet Andersson), a Finnish anesthesiologist at Turku University Hospital and divorceé recently awarded a doctorate after her thesis, retreats to a summer studio on an island for the annual national summer holiday where she contemplates modern hardships and Northern European socialism.
- Women Screenwriters: An International Guide, edited by Jill Nelmes and Jule Selbo (2015), s.v. "Bergholm".
- The Women's Companion to International Film, edited by Annette Kuhn and Susannah Radstone (1994), p. 40.
- Peter Cowie (28 February 2020). "A Half-Century of Friendship with Finnish Renaissance Man Jörn Donner". criterion.com.
- Jim Hillier, Cinema in Finland: An Introduction (British Film Institute, 1975), p. 48.
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