Most professional killers in films are male and tend to be a bit older. Not so in this case: In Who is Hanna? we are dealing with a very young girl who has been trained to be a professional killer and now has to prove her skills. The film is on TV today, don’t miss it.
Today on TV: What is Who is Hanna about?
Hanna (Saoirse Ronan) lives alone with her father (Eric Bana) and shielded from the public in the northern forest of Finland. Her Father trains the young girl to be an absolute killing machine. She speaks countless languages and knows even more ways to kill people.
Now the professional killer has to do her job first real mission compete, but of course it’s not that easy. Along the way, she not only gets to know other people for the first time and has to deal with the real world. No, various secret agents are also trying to kill her and Hanna learns completely new things about herself.
Hanna not only learns how to kill people, but also how to kill animals.
Who is Hannah? – A real action insider tip that inspires on several levels
On the one hand, there are of course the impressive images that Atonement director Joe Wright took for Who is Hanna? on screens and screens. No matter whether we are dealing with icy forests, desert landscapes or Berlin’s subway stops and old amusement parks: The dynamically staged action always looks fantastic.
Then there is the cast, especially the young Saoirse Ronan who does an excellent job (you may know her from the equally fantastic films Lady Bird or Little Women). Even the surprisingly quiet moments in Who is Hanna? how to delight the date. Last, but not least, the very special soundtrack by The Chemical Brothers is convincing.
TV or stream: When and where is Who is Hanna?
Who is Hannah? comes today, February 11, 2024 at 8:15 p.m. on RTL 2. The channel repeats the film again at 1:00 a.m. the same night.
But you can Who is Hanna? also stream online: The film is available as a subscription on Netflix included, otherwise it is still available to rent or buy from Amazon, Apple TV, Google Play, Maxdome and Magenta TV.
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