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Anna may refer to:

  • Anna (given name)
    • Anne, a derivative of Anna

People[edit]

  • Anna (feral child) (1932–1942), pseudonym given to an abused child in Pennsylvania, U.S.
  • Anna (singer) (born 1987), Japanese-American singer
  • Anna the Prophetess, in the Gospel of Luke
  • Anna of East Anglia (died c. 650), King of the East Angles
  • Anna (wife of Artabasdos) (700s), wife of a Byzantine Emperor
  • Anna (daughter of Boris I) (9th–10th century), Bulgarian princess
  • Anna (Anisia) (1200s), first wife of Tsar Ivan Asen II of Bulgaria
  • Anna, Grand Duchess of Lithuania (died 1418), Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1392–1418)
  • Annna (born 1994), a Latvian-Dutch singer and songwriter
  • Anna-Lena Svensson (died 2004), Swedish murder victim
  • Anna of Poland, Countess of Celje (1366–1425), countess consort of Celje in Slovenia
  • Anna of Nassau-Dillenburg (died 1514), Flemish-German philanthropist
  • Anna of Denmark (1532–1585), Electress of Saxony and Margravine of Meissen
  • Anna Pehrsönernas moder (died 1568), Swedish alleged witch
  • Anna of Russia (1693–1740), Empress of Russia from 1730 to 1740
  • Anna, Lady Barlow (1874–1965), an English politician
  • Anna Hazare (born 1937), Indian social activist
  • Alfred Frenzel (1899–1968), codename Anna, a Czechoslovakian spy
  • C. N. Annadurai or Anna (1909–1969), former chief minister of Tamil Nadu, India
  • N. T. Rama Rao or Anna (1923–1996), former chief minister of Andhra Pradesh, India

Places[edit]

Australia[edit]

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  • Anna Creek Station, South Australia, a locality
  • Hundred of Anna, a cadastral district in South Australia

Iran[edit]

  • Anna, Fars, a village in Fars Province
  • Anna, Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad, a village in Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad Province
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Russia[edit]

  • Anna, Voronezh Oblast, an urban locality in Voronezh Oblast
  • Anna, Russia, a list of inhabited localities

United States[edit]

  • Anna, Arkansas, United States
  • Anna, Georgia, United States
  • Anna, Kentucky, United States
  • Anna, Illinois, United States
  • Anna, Ohio, United States
  • Anna, Texas, United States
  • Lake Anna, a freshwater lake in central Virginia, United States

Other places[edit]

  • Anna, Estonia, a village in Paide Parish, Järva County, Estonia
  • Anna Regina, the capital of the Pomeroon-Supenaam Region of Guyana
  • Anna Cave, a natural limestone cave in Miskolc-Lillafüred, Hungary
  • Anna Salai, an arterial road in Chennai, India
  • Anna (Iraq), a former name of Anah in Iraq
  • Anna, Latvia, a village in the Alūksne District, Latvia
  • Anna Paulowna, a municipality and town in the Netherlands
  • Anna, Valencia, Spain
  • Anna Valley, a village in Hampshire, United Kingdom
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Art and media[edit]

Characters[edit]

  • Anna, the main character in Mister God, This Is Anna by Fynn
  • Anna, the sister of Dido, Queen of Carthage, in Roman mythology and later literature
  • Anna, an early name for Morgause of Arthurian legend
  • Anna, the main character in When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit by Judith Kerr
  • Anna (Frozen), one of the main characters in the 2013 Disney animated film, Frozen
  • Anna or Ti'ana, a fictional character in the Myst games
  • Anna Blake, a fictional character from the Scooby-Doo video-games Scooby-Doo! First Frights and Scooby-Doo! and the Spooky Swamp
  • Anna Williams (Tekken), fictional character in the Tekken video game series
  • Anna, a character in the animated series Space Carrier Blue Noah
  • Anna, the main character in the novel Anna Karenina

Film[edit]

  • Anna (1951 film), Italian film directed by Alberto Lattuada
  • Anna (1964 film), Indian Malayalam film directed by K. S. Sethumadhavan
  • Anna (1967 film), French film starring Anna Karina
  • Anna (1970 film), Finnish film starring Harriet Andersson
  • Anna (1987 film), American film about a Czech actress in New York City
  • Anna (1988 film), a film script-supervised by Mary Cybulski
  • Anna (1994 film), Indian Telugu film directed by Muthyala Subbaiah starring Rajasekhar, Roja and Gauthami
  • Anna (2013 film), a psychological thriller that was originally released as Mindscape
  • Anna (2016 film), an Indian film based on the life of Anna Hazare
  • Anna (2019 feature film), a French film by Luc Besson
  • Anna (2019 short film), a live-action short film
  • Anna: 6 - 18, 1993 documentary by Nikita Mikhalkov

Television and games[edit]

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  • Anna (video game), a 2012 psychological horror game
  • Anna (German TV series), a 1987 German television series
  • Anna (Italian TV series), a 2021 Italian television series

Literature[edit]

  • Anna (magazine), a weekly Italian women's fashion magazine
  • Anna, novel by Niccolò Ammaniti

Music[edit]

  • Anna Records, early Motown label
  • ANNA (band), a Ukrainian nu-metal band
  • Anna (Anna Waronker album), 2002
  • Anna (The Courteeners album), 2013
  • 'Anna', a 2015 song by Will Butler from Policy
  • 'Anna', a 2011 song by Charlotte Gainsbourg from Stage Whisper
  • 'Anna', a 1984 song by APO Hiking Society from Feet on the Ground
  • 'Anna', a 1975 song by Bad Company from Straight Shooter
  • 'Anna', a 1970 song by Lucio Battisti
  • 'Anna', a song by Toto from The Seventh One
  • 'Anna', a song by Stone Sour from Audio Secrecy
  • 'Anna (Go to Him)', a 1962 song by Arthur Alexander, later covered by The Beatles

Science[edit]

  • Anna (dog), first survivor of experimental pulmonary bypass surgery
  • Anna (gastropod), a genus of sea snails
  • Anna (apple), a cultivar of domesticated apple
  • Anna (plant), a genus of flowering plants in the family Gesneriaceae

Vehicles[edit]

  • Anna (ship), a 1739 merchant vessel
  • Anna (1790 ship) or Bombay Anna, a British East India Company (EIC) ship
  • Anna (1793 ship) or Bengal Anna, a British East India Company (EIC) ship
  • Anna (1912 automobile), a defunct automobile of unknown origin
  • MV Anna, a 1940 Kriegsmarine coastal tanker

Other uses[edit]

  • Anna (era) (安和, An'na), Japanese era from 968 to 970
  • Abkhazian Network News Agency, a news agency in the breakaway Abkhazian Republic
  • Anna University, an engineering university with a number of affiliates in Tamil Nadu, India
  • Indian anna, a currency unit formerly used in India
  • Pommes Anna, or Anna potatoes, a classic French potato dish

See also[edit]

  • All pages with titles beginning with Anna, including many people with forename Anna
  • Hannah (name), a given name
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As the film opens in 1990, Anna (Sasha Luss), a beautiful young Russian, is selling nesting dolls in a Moscow market when she is spotted by a scout for a French modeling agency and sent off to Paris to work. Before long, she catches the eye of a fellow countryman, a wealthy businessman who is one of the investors in the firm, using the money that he makes illegally selling weapons to the enemies of the world. After a couple of months of flirtation, it seems as she is about to go to bed with him until she puts an end to the whole thing by cooly putting a bullet in his head.

Three years earlier, the brilliant-but-downtrodden Anna was living on the fringes of society with an abusive criminal boyfriend and a desperate need to escape her horrible circumstances. This escape comes in the form of Alex ((Luke Evans), a KGB agent who recognizes the usefulness of her combination of beauty, brains and ambition and offers her a chance to join the organization and work with him and his boss, the imperious Olga (Helen Mirren, evidently using this film as an audition reel for the role of Edna in the inevitable live-action remake of “The Incredibles.”), with the promise that she will be free to go after five years of service.

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Back in 1990, Anna is maintaining her cover as an up-and-coming model, even going so far as to establish a romance with fellow model named Maud (Lera Abova) while knocking off the occasional target—generally while wearing something of a fetishy nature—and carrying on a clandestine romance with Alex in her spare time. Eventually, Anna’s cover is blown by Lenny Miller (Cillian Murphy), an American CIA agent who wants to put her to use for his own particular ends to settle a gruesome score depicted in an otherwise mystifying prologue. With no other alternative, Anna agrees and even begins sleeping with him as well. Before long, however, Anna just wants to be rid of all entanglements and deploys her cunning, sexuality and ability to kill many people while wearing what appears to be the entire Victoria’s Secret spring line.