The diary of Anne Frank, who died in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp when she was just 16, was translated into more than 60 languages. It became a powerful reminder to humanity about the price of hatred, intolerance and xenophobia that remains relevant to this day. The film sheds light on Anne’s fate, contrasting her story with those of five other women who survived the Holocaust. They fill in the blanks left by the diary (which comes to a halt after the Nazis found Anne in 1944) and tell about how her life could have continued, helping us understand and feel her fears, dreams and hopes.
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