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Very Annie-Mary


UK 2001, 100 minutes
Dir. Sara Sugarman
Rating: [M]
Genres: Comedy / Romance


Aroview: Set in the tiny Welsh village of Ogw and embracing the national obsession with singing, this doggedly eccentric comedy is not for all tastes yet has engagingly off-centre performances by Rachel Griffiths and Jonathan Pryce.

Repressed by her well-meaning but conceited father (who buys her a cabbage for her birthday!) awkward, 33-year-old virgin Annie-Mary becomes slowly liberated after finding her voice (and her wings) in a karaoke competition. Broadly humorous and shamelessly manipulative, the ever-so-familiar premise has enough quirk and heart to potentially ambush one’s expectations and emotions.

NZ International Film Festival 2002

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DVD Features

  • audio commentary
  • cast and/or crew interviews
  • English subtitles for the hearing impaired
  • 'making of' documentary / featurette
  • trailers
  • aspect ratio: 16:9

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