Using previously unreleased archival material in addition to contemporary interviews, this academy award-winning documentary tells the story of the Frank family and presents the first ... See full summary »

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Jon Blair

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Jon Blair, Anne Frank (diary)
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Won 1 Oscar. Another 8 wins & 6 nominations. See more awards »

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Kenneth Branagh ... Narration (voice)
Janny Brandes-Brilslijper Janny Brandes-Brilslijper ... Self / Dutch Resistance Prisoner
Glenn Close ... Diary Readings (voice)
Rose De Liema Rose De Liema ... Self / Westerbork survivor
Sal De Liema Sal De Liema ... Self / Westerbork Survivor
Buddy Elias ... Self / Anne's cousin
Bloeme Evers Bloeme Evers ... Self / Margot's classmate
Anne Frank ... Self (archive footage)
Margot Frank Margot Frank ... Self (archive footage)
Miep Gies Miep Gies ... Self
Frieda Menco Frieda Menco ... Self / Westerbork Survivor
Werner Peter Pfeffer Werner Peter Pfeffer ... Self / Fritz Pfeffer's son
Hannah Pick-Goslar Hannah Pick-Goslar ... Self (as Hannah Pik-Goslar)
Joely Richardson ... Diary Readings (voice)
Rin Tin Tin ... Self
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Using previously unreleased archival material in addition to contemporary interviews, this academy award-winning documentary tells the story of the Frank family and presents the first fully-rounded portrait of their brash and free-spirited daughter Anne, perhaps the world's most famous victim of the Holocaust. Written by Dawn M. Barclift

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She is perhaps Hitler's best-known victim, but what was Anne Frank really like?


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Rated PG for emotional thematic elements and depictions of the Holocaust | See all certifications »
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Annelies Marie "Anne" Frank (1929-1945) was a German-Jewish girl from Frankfurt. She moved to the Netherlands in 1934, when only 5-years-old. She spend most of her life in Amsterdam. Anne was formally stripped of her German citizenship in 1941, and was never granted Dutch citizenship. For the last years of her life, Anne was legally stateless. See more »

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Otto Frank: I only got to know my daughter really through the diary.
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References The Diary of Anne Frank (1959) See more »

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Good But the Book and 1959 Film Are Better
11 May 2012 | by Michael_ElliottSee all my reviews

Anne Frank Remembered (1995)

*** (out of 4)

With over 25-million copies of her book sold, Anne Frank is without question the most famous name of the victim's to Adolf Hitler's reign of terror during WWII. The teenager would keep a journal of her and her family's years of living in terror as they hid never knowing if someone would learn about their whereabouts or perhaps someone would tell on them. Then, of course, there was the drama of being so close with one another in such a short space, which just added to the drama as the outside world was falling apart. I think this is far from the perfect documentary for a number of reasons including a pacing issue, which I felt really made the film drag at spots. I'd also say that the documentary loses focus throughout and there are times where items other than Anne are being covered and they're just not nearly as interesting. With that said, the film is still very much worth seeing but in large part due to Miep Gies who was the main person who kept the family hidden and didn't give away their secret. It's pretty amazing getting to hear from someone so close to the events and not to mention that she not only helped the family but she was the one who discovered the diary. Hearing her tells her stories are without question the highlights of the film and this includes some pretty emotional stuff as she tells about the family being taken away from their location and of course the father having to learn that he was the only one who survived the Holocaust. I think the film probably would have been much better had it focused on her because there's no question that things aren't as sharp when she's not on the screen. The film is certainly worth seeing just for her but those interested in Anne Frank would probably be better served by either reading the actual book or watching the 1959 movie.


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Official Sites:

Sony Pictures Classics

Country:

UK | USA | Netherlands

Language:

English | German

Release Date:

8 June 1995 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

A Lembrança de Anne Frank See more »

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Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$26,697, 25 February 1996

Gross USA:

$1,310,200

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$1,310,200
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Dolby

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Color

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1.66 : 1
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