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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(as James Breese)
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Katrina Stockhausen
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Zac
Suzanna Hamilton ...
Vivienne
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Benjamin (older)
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Mr. Heinrichson (as Nicolas Amer)
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Museum Official (as Daniel Webb)
Jeremy Clyne ...
Weathered Face
Gerard Hayling ...
High ranking Officer
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High Ranking Officer
Guy Davies ...
Benjamin
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Jem Brownlee ...
Hitler Youth 1
Robert Crees-Luget ...
Hitler Youth 2
Peter Dukes ...
Sentry
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SS Guard 1
Robert Russell ...
2nd S.S. Guard
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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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Short | Drama

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11 December 2005 (UK)  »

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2.35 : 1
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All money raised by the film, without ever covering its costs, will go directly to the Beth Shalom Holocaust Centre and to the Lidice Memorial. See more »

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"A real gem of a flick!"
5 January 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I saw Benjamin's Struggle on the big screen and found it to be a powerful and very moving film.

There were many powerful moments and if I were to describe it in a few words, I would call this a "Classy Short Film".

Many people have clearly put a lot of thought and effort into making this an informative and moving short film.

I particularly liked the acting and great lighting.

"A real gem of a flick!" well done. It is easy to see how you won awards..

Best Wishes CF


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