Anna to the Infinite Power
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One night Anna sees her doppelganger on TV and decides to investigate; this will lead her to a secret about herself and a person once known as Anna Zimmerman. Often overlooked is the help and support she receives from her older brother Rowann (Mark Patton.)
There is a lot of danger and mystery to the story. As it unfolds there are some twists and turns. You will find your self kibitzing during potential escape scenes. In the end you decide who the good guys are and who the bad are.
The movie was based on a novel 1983 "Anna to the Infinite Power" by Mildred Ames. The Novel and movie are closely aligned.
What is missing from the book is the haunting sound of "Anna's Reverie" written by composer Paul Baillargeon Sung by Christine Andreas German Lyrics by Charles & Marion Linton.
If you find this film intriguing then you may want to read the Replica book series by Marilyn Kaye, starting with "Amy Number Seven."
I would consider showing this to a classroom--5th grade and up. However, there is one short part where the father is staying in a room at the YMCA, smoking a cigarette and drinking alcohol (if I remember correctly). My husband and I had a laugh over this (it was such a 1980's stereotype) but parents might object.
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Based on the YA scifi classic, Anna to the Infinite Power stars Martha Byrne as the titular Anna, a genius kleptomanic who fears flashing lights and has night terrors about the... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Marissa C
Stilted and Unemotional. Plot line is terrible too. One big YUCK!Published 1 month ago by Skycladlilith SaintMartha
Low budget, bad acting , bad direction and far most childish story. The story is written with the IQ of a 10 year old. Another gem in the amazon prime movies.Published 1 month ago by MemberA2O
Bad acting. Screenplay mostly has the little girl yelling at people and filled with overly dramatic family discussions. Rushed and poor resolution at the end as well.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I did not see the year shown as to when this movie was made. My guess would be the late 50's. It is a clean decent family movie. Not my favorite type but not bad to see once.Published 2 months ago by Janet