Anna to the Infinite Power (1984)





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Anna (Martha Byrne) is a very intelligent girl -- so much so that she senses something amiss about herself. Why does she seem to be so perfect, so relatively free from character blemishes? And why does she keep getting what seem to be telepathic messages? The answer: Anna is one of a series, the result of a cloning experiment. When she finds this out, she embarks upon an odyssey to find her synthetic sisters. While Martha Byrne is OK as Anna, the film's acting honors go to Jack Gilford as a befuddled doctor. Anna to the Infinite Power is based on a novel by Mildred Aimes.
Drama , Kids & Family , Science Fiction & Fantasy
Directed By:
Tiger Film


Mark Patton
as Rowan
Donna Mitchell
as Michaela
Jack Ryland
as Graham Hart
Loretta Devine
as Mrs. Benson
Jack Gilford
as Dr. Jelliff
Gail Weed
as Clara
Virginia Stevens
as Nurse Grap
Marilyn Rockafellow
as Mrs. Smithson
John Wardell
as Farmer
John Wardwell
as Farmer
Susan Lowden
as TV Newscaster
Warren Watson
as Dr. Barrett
James Louis Fleming
as Dr. Randall
Kent Cottingham
as Furniture Mover
Marshall Wiemer
as Furniture Mover
Marshall Weimer
as Furniture Mover
Stuart Cole
as Albacore Security Guard
Gary Mitchell
as Albacore Security Guard
Paul Baillargeon
as Himself, Rowan's Music Teacher
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This is a forgotten sci-fi thriller from the 80s, supposedly made for kids despite having subject matter that may be a bit too dark for that demographic. It has a very interesting premise, and is surprisingly well made despite its low budget and unknown cast. It suffers from being very dated, and a lot of missed opportunities when it comes to suspense and knowing when to reveal certain aspects of the story. It gives too much away too soon. This is one film that I (and others) feel would benefit from a remake. That's why I'm collaborating with someone to do just that.

Chris Gormer
Chris Gormer

I now know what it means to feel "infested". ***************** I've been drifting through the past 5 days...half asleep...half aware... I've been having nothing but nightmares and I think it may be my recent mass-consumption of tomato soup. I assume that stuff is loaded with salt, and that salt is not akin to good pre-slumber snacking...unless you want traumatizing nocturnal a priori apparitions of President Bush shipping you off to an inter-asteroidal penal colony for DUI offenders...or finding the love of your life and watching her slowly die of cancer... I'm a tortured soul right now, and my torture isn't even real. I'm not used to this. I don't know how to handle it. Perhaps if I watch the movie "Babe", which always makes me cry, I'll release some of these apparent demons lurking beneath the epidermis of my subconscious mind. Or maybe I'll just have a nice hot bowl of tomato soup...

Bryan Shredder
Bryan Shredder

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