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Hanna review
If the trajectory of Atonement director Joe Wright’s career went a little off course with his last film, touchy-feely US debut The Soloist, it’s now firmly back on track with Hanna.A woozy mix of hard-as-nails actioner and modern-day fairytale, there are times when this surreal trek across Europe feel as if Hans Christian Andersen has rewritten The Bourne Identity.Hanna (Atonement’s Saoirse Ronan) is no ordinary 16-year-old. Raised in a remote woodland cottage in the north of Finland by her father Erik (Eric Bana), a former CIA operative, she’s been skilled in everything from close combat to wilderness survival.

Hanna review

If the trajectory of Atonement director Joe Wright’s career went a little off course with his last film, touchy-feely US debut The Soloist, it’s now firmly back on track with Hanna.

A woozy mix of hard-as-nails actioner and modern-day fairytale, there are times when this surreal trek across Europe feel as if Hans Christian Andersen has rewritten The Bourne Identity.

Hanna (Atonement’s Saoirse Ronan) is no ordinary 16-year-old. Raised in a remote woodland cottage in the north of Finland by her father Erik (Eric Bana), a former CIA operative, she’s been skilled in everything from close combat to wilderness survival.