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 »
Fourteen-year-old Maria is a fundamentalist Catholic, living her life in a modern fashion, yet her heart belongs to Jesus. She wants to be a saint and go to heaven. No one, not even a nice boy she meets, can stop her in this goal.
Lea van Acken,
Vivi (Britta Hammelstein) is exhausted. Actually, she is about to become an attorney and to move in together with her boyfriend Adam (Golo Euler), but somehow, she is stuck. She tries to ... See full synopsis »
Bernadette Sophie Knoller
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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