The Globe and Mail: Hanna Review - A Muddled Tale Told With Panache

TGAM: Bland title, beguiling movie. Hanna is far from perfect but, courtesy of star Saoirse Ronan and director Joe Wright, it’s one of those imperfect pictures that manages to command and hold our attention straight from the opening frames. There, in a snow-draped forest of surreal beauty, a young hunter clad in animal skins takes aim with bow and arrow at a large stag, releases the shot, then approaches the fallen prey and whispers in a dispassionate monotone, “I just missed your heart.”

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