Diary of Anne Frank details
|Starring:||Ben Kingsley, Brenda Blethyn, Hannah Taylor-Gordon|
|Directors:||Robert Dornhelm, Robert Dornhelm|
|Studio:||WALT DISNEY STUDIOS HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
Diary of Anne Frank
|Run time:||3 hours 4 minutes|
|Rental release:||12 Jul 2004|
Most helpful review
Anne FrankBy lancaster (12 reviews) from Northampton , 20 Sep 2007
[Highly rated reviewer]Not being able to rate this film by 'clicking' on the stars (Exactly nothing
happens !!!) I feel that perhaps a review is in order. Having seen what
must be most of the fims, mostly documentaries, on the subject, my
conclusion on this one is that the 'feel' is just about right. Of great
interest to anyone with any knowledge of the plight of the Jews and the
brutality of the Nazi regime, but, like Schindler's List, a somewhat
inventive script. Acting throughout is first class, sets excellent and story
gripping. Well worth a look - but allow for some obvious inaccurasies,
otherwise, enjoy, and thank your lucky stars Germany was defeated.
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can't really answer ...By AlyMcLean (1 review) from Port Glasgow , 17 Aug 2009i can't really review this film honestly because the quality of the cd was absolutely shocking. However, I did get the 'jist' of the film and having some knowledge myself anyway was able to follow it ok. Just wish the quality was better.
Anne Frank - Long but worth itBy BexEgan (2 reviews) from Manchester , 20 May 2009I rented this film as I have never read the book or seen any of the films. It is a very long film however well worth it. Anne Frank is played exceptionally well and this will pull at your heart strings. If you have any interest in Anne Frank I reccommend you watch this film.
goodBy charlieg1975 (73 reviews) from England , 24 Apr 2009fantastic film really enjoyed it
The Diary of Anne FrankBy a customer from Southampton , 23 Apr 2009Long but kept everyone's interest throughout. I watched it with 14 and 12 year old girls and a 9 year old boy. It had a sad ending of course but the resilience of the human spirit came through so strongly that is was quite uplifting. I especially liked that Anne Frank was shown as a real person - warts and all - and not some kind of super saint.
Anne FrankBy crazynatty (1 review) from Derby , 23 Mar 2009I started watching this film at around 3am, i thought it might help me sleep. However i didn't sleep as the film is so interesting, it was daylight by time it had finished. Anne Frank gives the veiwer a true feeling of how the Jews were treated by the Nazi. I would tell anyone who is thinking about watching this film to give it ago. I hope people enjoy this film just as i have.