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DIARY OF ANNE FRANK, THE

What to know: Following the Nazi invasion of Amsterdam, 13-year-old Anne and her family go into hiding in the confines of an attic.
KIDS FIRST ENDORSED DIARY OF ANNE FRANK, THE is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 8-18
180 minutes
DVD
TWENTIETH CENTURY FOX HOME ENTERTAINMENT
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Made the book come alive for the kids. "The people that hid the Franks were heroes!" "They were good role models." "It was neat that they made the movie in the real place they hid." "It's scary to think that this happened for real." Kids put "real" faces to the story they had learned in school.
A truly powerful story of courage and resilience based on the story of a real girl who lived a real life facing unbelievable hardships. Puts a face to a part of history, portraying the personal side of the victims of the Holocaust. Very powerful! Valuable title to view with young people ass it represents a significant part of world history. A complex dialogue regarding feelings of sadness, denial, guilt, social withdrawal, acceptance of loss, friendship and emotional growth that is touching and enlightening.
Following the Nazi invasion of Amsterdam, 13-year-old Anne and her family go into hiding in the confines of an attic. Anne's remarkable account of their lives, their growing fear of discovery, their deplorable living conditions and even the blooming of her first love are intimately portrayed in this extraordinary portrait of humanity. Compelling performances from an all-star cast, including Shelley Winters, Ed Wynn, Richard Beymer and Lou Jacobi, The Diary of Anne Frank is as gripping and heart-wrenching now as it was during its initial release. In honor of the film's 50th Anniversary, this Special Edition DVD offers an unprecedented look at the making of the film with an audio commentary, seven exclusive featurettes, photo galleries and more. Won: Best Supporting Actress (Winters), Art Direction-Set Decoration, Black-and-White and Cinematography, Black-and-White. Nominated: Best Picture and Director (Stevens), Best Supporting Actor (Ed Wynn), Best Costume Design, Black-and-White, Music, Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture.
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