Anne Frank Remembered (1995)
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This ground-breaking British documentary offers the most complete biographical account ever compiled of the young Jewish girl whose simple diary entries and observations brought the grim realities of the Holocaust to millions of readers the world over. It not only includes interviews from survivors who knew her, it also looks into never before seen family letters, new photographs and even archival footage. This is all combined with historically accurate recreations of the attic where the refugee
Jun 8, 1995 Wide
Apr 6, 2004
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
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New insignts about Anne's spicy personality and immense curiosity are revealed by Holocaust survivors Hanneli Goslar and particularly Miep Gies, an office employee of Anne's father who was one of the main helpers to the families in hiding.
Just when you might well have thought that pretty much all had been said and done about Anne Frank, this film makes us realize how much there still is to know about her and her times.
Remarkable, deeply moving work that attempts to answer the haunting question, Who was Anne Frank?
Of all the movies and television productions that have told her story, this is the most valuable and satisfying.
Anne Frank Remembered tells the audience very little about Anne, but the film speaks volumes concerning the problematic aspects of Holocaust representation.
In the film's most extraordinary discovery, we see the only existing film footage of Anne Frank, taken one day in 1941, before the Franks went into hiding.
A great documentary selection for college film series audiences.
Pays tribute to her heroic spirit which stands for all the Jewish youth who were never allowed to grow up and savor the fullness of life.
Important for having humanized its central character and for 'authenticating' her life.
Blair used his unprecedented access to the archives of the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam to assemble a documentary that gives a picture of who the girl, who wrote the diary, actually was.
In this portrait, we discover the precocious, gregarious, insightful child that was Anne Frank and mourn the loss of this potential.
Even if you think you know it all, this film will be a revelation to you.
A beautifully made look at one child's brief life.
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