Freely inspired by Alison Leslie Gold's "Memories of Anne Frank: Reflections of a Childhood Friend," the film tells of Anne Frank and her friend, Hanneli Goslar, their first meeting in ...
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A German communist flees to Northern France with his son. German troops follow May 1940. The son flees with the village towards Dieppe at the English Channel, as does the separated dad, joined by a Scottish officer.
Freely inspired by Alison Leslie Gold's "Memories of Anne Frank: Reflections of a Childhood Friend," the film tells of Anne Frank and her friend, Hanneli Goslar, their first meeting in Amsterdam, their daily lives, the German occupation and their sudden separation when the Frank family went into hiding. Music by Ennio Morricone. In Italian, with subtitles.
Although this movie is in Italian and I don't understand the Italian language, I liked this movie very much because I know the history of Anne Frank. This is perhaps the first movie showing the friendship between Anne Frank and Hanneli Goslar. We read about Hanneli Goslar several times in the ''Diary of Anne Frank''. This movie will be very helpful to the people who are interested about Anne Frank. You will enjoy the movie, but it will also bring tears to your eyes in some scenes. For example, the scene where Otto Frank knows about Anne's death really made me sad. The film starts as Anne Frank and Hanneli meet in school. I think this movie will be quite helpful to those who want to know more about Anne Frank.
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