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 »
Srulik, an eight-year-old boy, flees from the Warsaw ghetto in 1942. He attempts to survive, at first alone in the forest, and then as a Christian orphan named Jurek on a Polish farm. ... See full summary »
Aynur, a German woman of Turkish descent, struggles for a free, self-determined life in the face of her family's opposition. Her brothers refuse to accept her lifestyle; insults and threats... See full summary »
Four friends plan to organise a great party to celebrate the end of school. In the process, they discover they have outstanding issues with each other. Soon they'll be fighting to keep what matters most to them: their friendship.
The movie itself is quite good, but I started to hate Anne Frank while watching this film. And in my opinion the naughty behavior of Anne is not realistic. If you imagine that there is a war going on an SS, SA and Gestapo are searching for Jews you are either braindead or you have to behave differently. I believe that she has been a wild rascal, but not that much like it is told in the movie. I turned it off halftime.
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