The Diary of Anne Frank (movie)

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[ remake of Anne's Diary: The Story of Anne Frank (special) ]

Alternative title:
Anne no Nikki (Japanese)
Le journal d'Anne Frank (French)
アンネの日記 (Japanese)
Genres: drama
Plot Summary: This is the true story of Anne Frank, a Jewish girl living in Amsterdam during WW2. Anne's father realizes on time the danger the Jews face and hides his family (his wife Edith and his two daughters Margo (16) and Anne (13), along with four more people, in "the house behind". For two years the 8 people live in darkness and whispers, in fear of being discovered and sent to the German crematories. During that time young Anne writes a diary, describing her daily life in the cellar, her complicated relationship with her mother and the story of her first love - Peter, the young boy in the hiding place. Anne writes down her wishes to run out free and breath the air and flowers, her dreams to be free at last. But humanity is often a cruel mistress...
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Seen in part or in whole by 57 users, rank: #4024 (of 5920)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 6.964 (Good), std. dev.: 1.2672, rank: #2457 (of 5913)
Weighted mean: 7.023 (Good), rank: #2059 (of 5913) (seen all: 7.02)
Bayesian estimate: 7.178 (Good+), rank: #1525 (of 4462)
Vintage: 1995-08-19
Premiere date:
1995-08-19 (Japan)
Release dates: We have 2
Ending Theme:
"Why" by Hilary Summers
Official website:
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Akinori Nagaoka
Music: Michael Nyman
Original creator: Anne Frank
Original Character Design: Katsuyuki Kubo
Art Director: Yuji Ikeda
Animation Director: Yoshinori Kanemori
Sound Director: Yasunori Honda
Director of Photography: Hitoshi Yamaguchi
Producer: Masao Maruyama

Assistant Director:
Daisuke Chiba
Toshiya Shinohara
Color design: Isamu Tsuchida
Color Designation: Mayumi Hario
Editing: Harutoshi Ogata
Finishing: Atsuko Imai
International Coordination: Maaike van Soest
Sound Effects: Shizuo Kurahashi
Sound Producer: Yoshimi Sugiyama
Theme Song Arrangement: Michael Nyman
Theme Song Composition: Michael Nyman
Theme Song Lyrics:
Hachirō Konno
Roger Pulvers
Theme Song Performance: Hilary Summers
Reina Takahashi as Anne Frank

Fumie Kashiyama as Edith Frank-Holländer
Go Kato as Otto Frank
Jiro Sakagami as Hermann van Daan
Seiko Tano as Margot Frank
Takurō Nakayoshi as Johannes Kleiman
Tetsuko Kuroyanagi as Petronella van Daan
Tsuyoshi Kusanagi as Peter van Daan
Yoshie Taira as Miep Gies
Yuusuke Takita as Albert Düssell

Keishi Kawaguchi as Announcer
Japanese companies
French cast
French staff
(none)
Noémie Orphelin as Anne Franck

Christine Paris as Edith Franck
Françoise Rigal as Mme Petronella Van Daan
Jean-Paul Brissard as Otto Franck
Laurence Dourlens as Miep Gies
Maël Soulas as Peter Van Daan
Olivier Proust as Mr Hermann Van Daan
Paul Borne as Dr Albert Dussell
Vanessa Ackerman as Margot Betti Franck

French companies
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