I'm Still Here (2005)
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I'M STILL HERE brings to life the stories of young people who witnessed first-hand the horrors of the Holocaust, and salutes these brave, young writers who refused to quietly disappear. The diaries come to life through the voices of some of today's most talented young actors. Photos, text and drawings from the diaries and archival films are skillfully woven with original footage of remnants of a Jewish ghetto, and the powerful journey is intensified through the unobtrusive, evocative music of Grammy Award nominee Moby. … More
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Heartbreaking film. The diaries were really brought to life with the talented young actors and the real footage that served as the backdrop for the diaries. Some footage was very disturbing. The Holocaust is certainly something that we will never forget. It is a powerful reminder of hate, cruelty and the capability of what one human can do to another. Watching this movie I thought, "These young people are just like me in so many ways. They were enjoying their every day life when suddenly it was invaded by evil people with a heartless agenda." Then I thought, "That happened only 60 years ago and it could happen again... even to me, except the next time it wouldn't be Jews... it would be Christians."
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