The year is 1755, and the English colonies are being ravaged by the atrocities of war. Opposing European powers have clashed over the fertile Ohio valley, and entire families are devastated... See full summary »
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Dutch Resistance fighter Hans Poley in World War II, found refuge at Corrie ten Boom's house. Hans defies the new Nazi commandant and escapes with his life. He takes refuge in Corrie ten Boom's house, which is crowded with Jewish refugees and becomes part of her teen age army. Hans gets a false identity and joins the Dutch Resistance. As the Nazis commit atrocity after atrocity, the danger for Hans and his new compatriots increases tenfold. Written by
The first time a film won three Jury award prizes in the history of the Bel Air Film Festival. At the 2013 Bel Air Film Festival, Return to the Hiding Place won Best Directing, Best Cinematography, and Best Feature Film. See more »
okay, so this is an excellent film, well produced, and well acted. Events are 100% true, and accurate. The previous comments which were negative on this video are not only uneducated, but are also untrue and inaccurate. Seek the truth. This film has it. Oh! one more thing, watch this movie without starting in with a biased mindset.. something Hitler said was, "if you tell a lie long enough, and loud enough, the people will believe you." the previous comments against this film were from people trying to do exactly that.
People without any knowledge on this subject (or the willfully ignorant), ought to start reading the history books, searching for truth, finding the truth, and thereby stop making foolish comments and ignorant remarks on films that portray the truth.
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