Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Anna and Bella are a pair of old ladies, subsisting on their memories. As they page through a photo album, the ladies conjure up images both sweet and sour of their past lives and loves. Animation producer Ring Borge was the guiding hand behind this brief burst of brilliance from The Netherlands. Anna and Bella was the 1985 "Best Animated Film" Academy Award winner, beating out such formidable competition as Canada's The Big Snit and the National Film and Television School's Second Class Mail. The film was given a widespread American release in 1986.
elderly, family, sister