Anne Frank: The Whole Story

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Year:
2001
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The following dramatization is based

the biography of Anne Frank / i

by Melissa Muller, and research

original interviews by Kirk Ellis. / i

Some of the scenes in the film can also

be found in Anne Frank, The Diary of

A Young Girl, / i

but the film does not use

the words that Anne used in the Journal,

expressing their own feelings. / i

The following film contains realistic

representations of life in the field

concentration, and including brief nudity. / i

discretion is advised of the viewer. / i

I want to be champion

the sky and writer. / i

I want my picture

in all the magazines. / i

Maybe will be

a movie star. / i

I want to be different from all

the other girls. / i

I want to be a modern woman.

I want to travel. / I

I want to study languages ...

languages and history. / i

I want to do everything / i

I want to .../ i

Anne! Anne / i

Oh, that lout Leo Koopmann.

He thinks he's in love with me.

He is always looking at you.

Anne you come ...

Monopoly play tomorrow?

Sanne, you know that my grandma

come visit us.

I am just too busy.

Why not questions to Hannah?

I'll be in church.

As religious.

Anne! Anne!

Fast.

Sorry.

Well, I'm leaving.

-Bye.

Goodbye. / i

No, no. I am not saying

you are bad cook.

Bright.

Certainly your husband ...

love your

strawberry jam.

-Hello, Mr. Kleiman.

-Hello, Anne.

Miep, where is the father? / i

One minute.

He is in the warehouse ...

With Mr. Kugler

and Mr. Van Pels.

Thank you, Miep.

I can tell you how

nice today?

The problem is that you

to use too much sugar.

Too much nutmeg. / i

Coriander less. / i

I. .. / i

black pepper

with .../ i

black ginger. / i

No. Closes. / I

Pim.

Your mother called.

Are very concerned.

You should have gone

directly home.

What are you doing?

Mr. Kugler is experiencing

new revenue.

Your mixture still needs to be worked,

but maybe you have something.

This is really a

high praise, Mr. Kugler.

Ask him now, Mr. Van Pels

It has an unerring nose.

Anne, an anecdote for you.

What is black and white

and red all around?

What?

Newspaper.

Yes? / i

You know, red, huh?

What wonderful book. / i

Thank you, Grandma. / i

It was exciting to do all

way from Germany .../ i

... alone?

Tell me everything. / I

See? Continued curious

as always. / i

Let me see your book.

Let me see.

expected.

Grandma has another surprise. / I

And here's your gift, Anne.

A fountain pen.

Look, Margot.

It's beautiful.

I'll keep it forever.

-Thank you, Grandma.

-You 're welcome.

I'm so glad you came.

The grandmother will live now

us, girls.

-You'll like?

-Oh, yes.

Much.

Anne ...

Why do not you try

your new pen? "

Yes, I'll .. immediately.

-Sorry.

-Not too long.

The Goslars await us.

Make sure if she is ready.

Let her have fun, Edith. / i

You spoil it, Otto.

It should come

directly home.

Oh, I'm hungry.

Please have

ways, Anne.

I know ... as Margot.

I thought you liked the Goslars.

Of course I like.

I just wanted the family of Hannah Lee

not so religious.

I would rather be in the movies.

Amen.

Hitler is just a fad

transient, Hans.

Germany will recover.

You'll see.

And what is preventing the madman

attach the Netherlands ...

... and free

his brothers Germans?

The Dutch are different.

Sometimes, Otto, I think you have

too much trust in people.

Poor mother.

Are accustomed to better. / I

is the will of God, Edith. / i

One day we will all go home. / i

Until then, we hold on.

Give thanks for having

central heating.

Let me help you with this,

Mrs. Goslar.

Oh, you're very kind.

What a girl so dear.

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