- June 8, 1995
- PG, 1 hr 55 min
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This moving documentary focuses on young Jewish girl Anne Frank, who became world-renowned after her diary was published. The film relates how Anne and her family tried to survive Nazi persecution in Amsterdam by hiding in her father's office building, aided by trusted friends. Featuring the voices of Glenn Close and Kenneth Branagh, the award-winning movie also includes interviews with people who knew the Franks, most notably Miep Gies, who risked death to help shelter the family.