"Hanna" is a 2011 action thriller film directed by Joe Wright and starring Saoirse Ronan, Cate Blanchett, and Eric Bana. The film follows the story of Hanna, a teenage girl who has been raised in isolation by her father, an ex-CIA operative, and is trained to become an assassin. When Hanna is sent on a mission, she must evade agents from the intelligence agency and uncover the truth about her own identity.
The film features a unique blend of action, drama, and coming-of-age themes, as Hanna navigates the dangerous world outside her isolated home and confronts her own identity and past. Saoirse Ronan delivers a powerful performance as Hanna, bringing a sense of vulnerability and strength to the character.
Cate Blanchett plays the role of Marissa Wiegler, a ruthless CIA agent who is obsessed with capturing Hanna and uncovering the secrets of her past. Eric Bana portrays Hanna's father, who has trained her to be a skilled fighter and survivalist.
The film is known for its stunning cinematography and stylized action sequences, which are choreographed in a unique and visually striking manner. The soundtrack, composed by The Chemical Brothers, also adds to the film's intense and atmospheric feel.
"Hanna" was well-received by critics, who praised the film's performances, visuals, and unique storytelling approach. The film was also a commercial success and has since developed a cult following. In addition, the film has inspired a television series adaptation, also titled "Hanna," which premiered in 2019.