Anne Frank's Diary Story Detail
Anne Frank is shown in Amsterdam, riding her bicycle along the canals; having discussions with her friend, Lies; her first "boyfriend"; and the day (June 12, 1942), when she receives a diary to write down her most intimate thoughts. The war is on, and young people are being called up by the German occupiers for forced labor. Jews are sent to concentration camps and probable death. As Jews, the Frank family has the rumor spread that it managed to leave the country, and goes to live in a house on one of the canals in the heart of Amsterdam. Although space is limited, the Frank nevertheless decide to take in the Van Daan family and Dr. Dussel, who are also fleeing Nazi persecution. These eight people are forced to live together through two years of war, shortages, bombings and extremely difficult living conditions. Anne matures quickly and develops her talent as a writer. Mischievous and endowed with a strong personality, Anne tries to share her idealistic views on the world, women and love with the surrounding adults. In spite of the presence of her older sister, Margot, Anne charms Pieter Van Daan, the young, handsome boy with whom she is hiding. Once in hiding, the film focuses on life in the secret annex above the office of Anne's father.
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