Ricordare Anna is a 2004 Swiss German and Italian language drama film. It was filmed and produced at locations in Sicily and in Switzerland, and is starring Bibiana Beglau and Mathias Gnädinger.


Plot (excerpt)

Viktor Looser (Mathias Gnädinger) searches of forgiveness, and revisits places joint with his emotions and mistakes from the past, but instead of constantly focusing on his daughter's Anna (Bibiana Beglau) death. He finally gets in touch with her life, far away from Switzerland, in Sicily, where Anna felt drawn to in the mid 1980s after completing her degree in Italian. The spirited student left behind her involvement in the youth rebellion of the 1980s in Zürich, and, to her father's disappointment, Anna passed up the opportunity of a career at the university...


The Italian language title Ricordare Anna means Remember Anna.


Produced by Dschoint Ventschr Filmproduktion AG, Schweizer Radio und Fernsehen SRF and Radiotelevisione svizzera RSI, Ricordare Anna was filmed at locations in Switzerland and Italy. The Swiss drama film premierred at the Solothurn Film Festival on 24 January 2005.[1] On 3 February 2005 Ricordare Anna premierred at the Swiss German cinemas, on 22 February 2006 in the French speaking area of Switzerland.[3]


The Swiss movie portal cineman claimed, ... and that Viktor seems also to find his love to the reconciliatory happy end, is almost overdid. However, Walo Deuber has realized a full-bodied and poignant film, which is open to top-notch in the supporting roles'.[3]


  • 2005: 40. Solothurner Filmtage.[1]
  • 2005: 58. Festival internazionale del film Locarno.[1]
  • 2006: 19ème Festival International de Programmes Audiovisuels, Biarritz.[1]



  1. ^ a b c d e f "Ricordare Anna – Anna erinnern". swissfilms.ch. Retrieved 30 April 2015. 
  2. ^ "Ricordare Anna". outnow.ch (in German). Retrieved 2015-04-30. 
  3. ^ a b "Ricordare Anna" (in German). cineman.ch. Retrieved 2015-04-30. 
  4. ^ "Ricordare Anna" (in German). imdb. Retrieved 2015-04-30. 

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