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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.
If the story of each of Hitler's victims was told with the sensitivity and power of Anne Frank Remembered, there would not be enough buckets in the world to hold all the tears.
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 tender, elaborately detailed account of a life curtailed.
The film's accumulated force is a testament to the power of understatement.
Powerful look at the Holocaust through teen eyes.
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.
An accomplishment, a genuinely humbling one.
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.
Whether it is a technical problem or for an authentic purpose, the copy of 'Anne Frank Remembered' (1995) I watched did not contain any subtitles when it was needed. It was not that I didn't find this documentary interesting; I just found this one aspect completely insupportable which brought the whole movie down. If you are really interested in Anne Frank, my best advice is to go read her book, 'The Diary of a Young Girl'.
Anne frank is one of the most known and memorable documentarys and life of this young girl that you can only watch and enjoy! but its not a film you'll enjoy in a good way it gives a proper insight into the lives of the poor jews its fantastic and real life!!
The story of Anne Frank is starting to become more controversial with the discussion about how much of the diary was edited by her father Otto and what potential missing pieces may be left to be discovered that would provide a better in depth picture of Anne than the one we currently know. Nonetheless, I thought this was a great documentary and is worth checking out if you can find a copy.
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