It is told from the point of view of a man who witnessed the aftermath of genocide, but who still sought to believe that there was still good in the world. Stevens could have taken many approaches to making this film, but he chose to approach it with optimism, a decision derided, it seems, from all sides. To address this point, let me remind those concerned that the war had ended not even fifteen years before the film went into production.
Why do we write reviews? You have a lot of reasons I guess. But for this review there is only one. I am writing this for my conscience.
Ever since I have rated this book, I always end up asking myself that, have I rated it with something it deserved or was it just out of sympathy some call it pity vote? Reading other reviews although most people just rate it and proceed posed me with many other questions and also gave me idea of what people generally think about her and her diary.
Yes it is a diary not a book. Yes they are, but it was Anne's wish to get her diary published and she even went on to fictionalize the diary by changing names. I had the least of the expectation, knowing that she was 13 years old but she just surprised me by the outlook she carried of life. She at times made me laugh, at times made me feel sad.
If she felt something, her writing definitely made me experience it and thus she overcame my expectation by large margin. I have read in lot of review that her thoughts were way ahead of her age.
Of course they were, difficult conditions make you mature and responsible, but there were also other people living under the same roof and in same condition, the suffering had even effect on them. Some say she could visualize herself and her thoughts and actions from different perspective and thus realise her fault.
The thing with diary is that it is a lopsided view of the events. She would write her thoughts and what she wrote of others were her interpretation of them Does it matter what kind of girl was she?
Last thing that occur to me is that many people found it uninteresting and tiresome. I mean they were in hiding for their life in a same house for two years without even opening the window; they were not solving murder mystery. I remember that when I was halfway through the book, I would every now and then turn to the last diary entry and count the days that remained.
I felt very sad and depressed and it would have been the last thing to occur to me that it was uninteresting; I was just taken by her wish to see the outside world again, feel the fresh wind and to go to school, but This is not a book to enjoy much; we read it to gain the insight of hardships that people had to go through during this holocaust.
Through this book she give us best view of the worst of the world. No one has ever benefitted from war; all it gives is pain and misery. All this being said there is nothing to review the book, but accept it as written account of the vices of the war. The worst question that seemed to have been slapped across my face was: Would this book have meant the same if Anne had survived the holocaust and lived to become old?
Would it have been famous as it is now?The Diary of Anne Frank is about a girl that kept a diary while hiding from Nazi’s in Amsterdam for two years.
The diary ends when the Nazi’s found her and her .
Teenaged Anne Frank, a Dutch Jew, perished along with most of the rest of her family in a Nazi concentration camp, but her hopes, dreams, and optimistic outlook have endured thanks to the 76%.
Anne Frank’s diary opens the door to many contemporary themes, especially regarding equality, emancipation, and the protection of minorities.
Das Tagebuch der Anne Frank is a beautifully crafted film that lifts the girl down off her pedestal and makes her flesh and blood. ''The Diary of Anne'' () is an accurate adaption of Anne Frank's diary.
It's a very nice movie. I am very much interested about Anne Frank and I've seen six movies about Anne Frank. The adaption of Anne's diary is a fine one.
A nne Frank: The Diary Of A Young Girl is the real diary of a teenage girl that begins on Anne’s 13th birthday (12 June ) when she gets a diary. It tells the story of her family who live in Frankfurt, Germany and suddenly have to go into hiding as a result of Hitler and the Nazi Party’s treatment of Jews in Europe during the second world war. Anne Frank’s diary opens the door to many contemporary themes, especially regarding equality, emancipation, and the protection of minorities. Das Tagebuch der Anne Frank is a beautifully crafted film that lifts the girl down off her pedestal and makes her flesh and blood. The Diary of Anne Frank Email From A Dutch Reader Forget all about the controversy that has surrounded the play currently at the Music Box and the famous diary that seeded it.
Anne Frank's beautifully written diary is a teaching tool on multiple levels. First, it offers a kid's eye view of World War II, written innocently and meaningfully by a Jewish teen whose family is forced into hiding during the Nazi occupation of Holland. Ultimately, Anne Frank remains a beacon of hope, an eternal optimist amidst the most horrifying of circumstances.
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