Anna (Vietnamese Version)

Australia, 1984

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Anna is the story of a young mother and her mentally handicapped son, Tom. The film traces the path followed by Anna in overcoming her distrust of professional health workers and outsiders. We follow Anna as she searches with increasing confidence for the extra help that she is told is available to herself and young son Tom.

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Credits

director

Gordon Glenn

co-producer

Gordon Glenn

Peter Beilby

Duration

00:43:00:00

Production places
Australia
Production dates
1984

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