Anne Frank remains a beacon of hope, an eternal optimist amidst the most horrifying of circumstances.

This is the autobiographical drama of a young Dutch Jewish girl hiding from Nazis during WWII. Anne and her family share a claustrophobic attic with another family, where the tension is often unbearable, as the people hiding know that their discovery by the enemy could lead to almost certain death.


Remains a potent statement about the horrors of war and a valid testament to the girl who could answer them by writing, 'I still believe, in spite of everything, that people are really good at heart.'


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