Unrelated
Italy, UK, 2007, 100 minutes
Unrelated Synopsis

Hailed as the British debut of the year, and the discovery of a major new talent, Joanna Hogg’s film deals with Anna, a woman in her fourties, leaving her partner at home, joins the family of an old friend at a Tuscan villa. Rather than the adults, she finds herself drawn to the company of the teenagers, but discovers she can never really be part of either group, thus undergoing a deep existential crisis.


Kathryn Worth gives a highly praised performance as the awkward outsider Anna, and rising new actor Tom Hiddleston also shines as the manipulative eldest son, Oakley.

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Reviewed by nikkareyes
This runaway winner of the 2008 First Film Award surprised everyone for its subtlety yet simple confidence. Kathryn Worth breathes life to the character of Anna, a forty something woman... more
This runaway winner of the 2008 First Film Award surprised everyone for its subtlety yet simple confidence. Kathryn Worth breathes life to the character of Anna, a forty something woman who joins her friend and family in a holiday despite some marital woes.  Director Joanna Hogg, inspite of being  a newbie in terms of feature films,successfully brings out the uniqueness of Anna's character and her predicaments. In as much as there were some weak parts in the screenplay,  the film was a joy to watch because of the commendable performances of the rest of the cast notably Tom Hiddleston as the son of Anna's friend.  
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Reviewed by jeteli
Checked out this film because the name Tom Hiddleston rang a bell and then I remembered, he's the latest beau of THE Taylor Swift! Surprisingly he delivers a notable performance... more
Checked out this film because the name Tom Hiddleston rang a bell and then I remembered, he's the latest beau of THE Taylor Swift! Surprisingly he delivers a notable performance in this film and so goes with Kathryn Worth as Anna.  This feature debut of director Joanna Hogg  explores friendships, relationships and mid-life crisis, to say the least.  Interestingly, this film won the FIPRESCI award from the London Film Festival. Do check this out! 
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