Anne Frank Remembered

Theatrical Release: June 8, 1995
DVD Release: October 1, 2007
Anne Frank Remembered
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Synopsis

Narrated by Kenneth Branagh and Glenn Close, “Anne Frank Remembered” features vintage newsreels, photographs and even a rare home movie to look beyond the celebrated pages of Anne’s diary. In surprising, often emotional interviews with Anne’s family, friends, and her heroic protector Miep Gies, Anne’s life serves once more as an unforgettable symbol of, and tribute to, the many lives lost in the Holocaust.

Dove Review

This is a wonderful historical piece as Anne Frank is remembered by those she traveled with in her darkest times. Anne was a brave girl and your heart will be saddened to hear about the things she went through. This film is a great biographical documentary of Anne Frank and those closest to her. Her diary helps us understand what she went through and her feelings while being a teenager and in hiding. The film would be perfect for a history class to watch. This film is awarded the Dove Family Approved Seal for family-friendly viewing. However, it is for ages twelve plus as the mature theme may be difficult for younger children to comprehend.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: OMG-1
Violence: People talk of the war and Jews being in hiding.
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: This documentary deals with mature themes of Nazi Germany and the war and Jews in hiding.

Info

Company: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Writer: Jon Blair
Director: Jon Blair
Genre: Documentary
Runtime: 117 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Starring: Kenneth Branagh ... Narration (voice), Glenn Close ... Diary Readings (voice), Anne Frank ... Herself (archive footage), Miep Gies ... Herself, Joely Richardson ... Diary Readings (voice)
Reviewer: Debbie Satala