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Benjamin's Struggle (2005)

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In 1924, whilst imprisoned in Landsberg Castle, Adolf Hitler wrote Mein Kampf, his terrifying blueprint of things to come. A decade later, during the Nazi's reign of terror, a 9-year-old ... See full summary »

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Katrina Stockhausen
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Zac
Suzanna Hamilton ...
Vivienne
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Benjamin (older)
Nicholas Amer ...
Mr. Heinrichson (as Nicolas Amer)
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Museum Official (as Daniel Webb)
Jeremy Clyne ...
Weathered Face
Gerard Hayling ...
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Guy Davies ...
Benjamin
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Robert Russell ...
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In 1924, whilst imprisoned in Landsberg Castle, Adolf Hitler wrote Mein Kampf, his terrifying blueprint of things to come. A decade later, during the Nazi's reign of terror, a 9-year-old German Jewish boy chances upon the highly-prized original manuscript of Hitler's book and begins a lifelong quest. Benjamin's Struggle is a tale of persecution and poetic justice. Written by Anonymous

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11 December 2005 (UK)  »

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Alison Doody, who worked for free on this project, said she was attracted by the script, but also decided to get involved after she read that 45 per cent of UK adults had never heard of Auschwitz. See more »

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An very impressive piece of film-making from a young director
5 January 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

It's extraordinary to think that this film was made on a budget of less than £30,000. The cinematography, sound track, colour grading are all at least as good as you would expect to see in a movie theatre. The storyline is solid and thoughtful - it's great to see a young director really pulling people together and producing something genuinely worthwhile. More than anything, the film feels mature - it has the right pace, and the various plot elements are woven together in a well thought out way so that they convey meaning without confusing the viewer, which is a problem that a lot of young film makers seem often to have. All-in-all, very well done indeed Mr Breese.

MJ


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