Introducing Inventing Anna series (Inventing Anna) | The true story of a scam
Netflix’s new series Inventing Anna tells the true story of Anna Delavie, the scammer who tricked the artistic elite and wealthy New Yorkers. A high-profile series in which an anti-hero woman is the central character.
It was in 2018 that Shanda Renee and Netflix announced that they wanted to make a short series of the dramatic scam story called Anna Sorokin or Anna Delavie. This series was released on February 11, 2022, but the question is, what are the real parts in Anna’s lie series and what parts are made by the creators’ minds?
The first thing you need to know about Inventing Anna
is that the series is based on a completely true story. Anna Sorokin is a Russian swindler who pretended to be German. From 2013 to 2017, he swindled banks, financial institutions and hotels and even fired a hotel employee. He was eventually arrested for a large debt of $ 275,000. Two years later, he was convicted in court and sentenced to four to 12 years in prison. His release on February 11, 2021, led to the production of a series based on his case file and the opening of some of his other cases, such as staying longer than legal.
The nine-part series Inventing Anna is about a 20-year-old Russian immigrant who arrived in New York City in the mid-2010s as a young German woman. He claimed to inherit his father’s great wealth. Anna was living in New York City at the time. A city where capitalism and meritocracy are mixed with fraud and deception. In this city, the rich can only amass wealth by fabricating the idea of being rich in the minds of others. What sets Anna Dalawi apart is her fascination with fraud and her particular type of fraud.
Inventing Anna is a beautiful and well-made detective series. Its characters are well paid. The story is fast-paced, and the complexity of the puzzles and judicial issues are well explored
The two main characters of this mini-series, Shunda Ramiz, are both based on real people. But one of them is more like a real character than the other. First, Anna Delavie played by Julia Gardner, a mysterious swindler who tricked several high-profile New York institutions a few years ago into believing she was a wealthy European who would soon inherit a fortune and spend it on huge investments. will do. She was born in Russia to Anna Sorkin and had brief visits to Germany, London and Paris before moving to New York. She became a bit famous after Jessica Presler reported on her case.
The second semi-real character in the film is Jessica Presler . The series is entirely adapted from Jessica Presler’s article, and Jessica is one of the producers of the series. But the name of his character (played by Anna Chlumsky ) has been changed to Vivian Kent. Also, the magazine that Vivian produces in the film for that article is different from the magazine for which Jessica wrote Anna-surkin’s article. There are many reasons why this renaming and characterization has taken place differently for Jessica’s character.
In addition to their differences, Jessica and Vivian have a lot in common. The most important thing they have in common is the embarrassment of being a journalist. These different characteristics indicate that we should not equate Vivian and Jessica. One of the most important reasons for Jessica’s major character changes has been the legal reasons for getting a license for the series. In addition, Jessica has avoided bias in Anna Delavie’s story by making changes to her character.
Inventing Anna raises a number of issues and provides the necessary depth in the story to keep fans happy. All the characters are well developed and also the antagonists are all processed into character layers.
Inventing Anna begins with Vivian’s job problems. A rising star in his career in the past, he made a blunder in an article as a result of an excitement-driven mistake, and the consequences were catastrophic and irreparable. These problems led him to the dimly lit and half-dead corner of the office of Mantan magazine. Where, along with three old friends, they work on feverish adventures. Vivian is also in the last months of her pregnancy and ignores the advice of friends, doctors and her husband to rest before giving birth because she is determined to regain her lost credibility. But the magazine’s editor-in-chief, Paul (Tim Guinness), is in his way. A big problem between Paul and Vivian has destroyed the old friendship between them and now the two have become enemies of each other without wanting to.
Vivian knows that Anna Delvi’s story is her last trump card. He knows that this story can save him from the remote corner of Manhattan magazine, and he must finish this article very quickly. Because when she gives birth and goes on maternity leave, she can no longer reach the level of ability and energy necessary for her work. At the same time, the story of Anna Delavi has been forgotten. On the other hand, Anna Delavie’s story has all the components of a great article and contains many of the prevalent New York stereotypes: the immigrant who recovers in the land of opportunity, wealth, fame, fraud, and now legal adventures …. Everything is ready for Vivian to return to the pinnacle of fame except one thing. Let Paul research and publish this article!
Useless and minor information has no place in this series and everything eventually leads to revealing Anna’s lies.
Inventing Anna presents and examines a number of issues of the main issue and social realities, and provides the necessary depth in the story to keep fans satisfied. All the characters are well developed and also the antagonists are all processed into character layers and reveal different levels of their personality bit by bit. The dialogues are slightly slower than the film’s speed. The series largely enters into the private lives of other characters and examines them as well, giving enough depth to its characters. In addition, a very valuable storyline has been designed and the strength of the story is to reveal the story piece by piece. Just as Vivian meets Anna and explores her. This story multiplies the charm of Anna’s lie series. We know as much as Vivian. The story is shown to us as much as it is obvious to him. Useless and minor information has no place in this series and everything eventually leads to revealing Inventing Anna
But this enigmatic and fascinating series, in addition to all the good things, also has insurmountable problems. For example, the biggest problem is that most of the episodes last more than an hour, and to be honest, I see no reason why each episode of a series should be as long as a movie. The main article of the series, from which the script was written, was called “long and long” by the people. This feature has also spread to the series. If the series was produced in 40-minute episodes, it would definitely attract more audiences..
However, Inventing Anna is a beautiful and well-made detective series. Its characters are well paid. The story is fast-paced, and the complexity of the riddles and judicial issues is well explored. This series tells a real story and is largely faithful to the main story and you are recommended to watch it.