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The Diary of Anne Frank [DVD] 
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A diary discovered in the attic of an Amsterdam factory, reveals the plight of a Jewish refugee family that lived there in hiding for two years.
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For me Millie Perkins is almost nothing like Anne. Fair enough she does capture Anne's sillyness and sense of fun in parts of the film but for the rest she just appears to act like a 1950s American teenager rather than the German/Dutch girl brought up in the 30s and 40s which Anne Frank was. Anne's relationship with Peter I think was over exaggerated. In the film it shows them together to the end, Anne and Peter kissing in the annex attic waiting for the Gestapo to take them away. However, in reality this romantic relationship had broken down a few months before and although they still liked each other, Anne didn't have those feelings for Peter anymore.
As this film was based on the play (which was based on the diary) it gives a very unflattering portrayal of Fritz Pfeffer (called Albert Dussel in the film and play). In the film Dussel comes across as a comic interlude, a character with no real backbone (possibly with the exception of when he is telling those in hiding about the deportations). I can imagine that he was much more dignified and intellegent in real life.
The way this film portrays the arrest of those in hiding also deviates greatly from what actually happened. However, I can imagine these changes were brought in for dramatic affect (The Frank family never knew they were going to be arrested on 4th August 1944, nor did they hear a telephone ring!).
Despite all its flaws, "The Diary of Anne Frank" is good in the way it uses location shooting.Read more ›
A film that can be seen over and over, its message still as valid today as when it was made in 1959.
other film company's extras. To say that the director did not
want to use Cinescope on the film, it does not show at all.
Just sit back and watch an old black and white film
much better. In fact this particular dvd is the one advertised at the museum in Amsterdam. I am delighted with this
dvd and would recommend it. The packaging, delivery and service excellent.
The Teacher was so delighted when my Godchild brought the DVD into class, so delighted was she that she took it home to watch it herself for the weekend.
I cannot wait to have a look at it now.
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My granddaughter was learning about Anne Frank & this was such a powerful watchPublished 6 months ago by Gurbaksh Thandi