For the past two years we have lived in fear. Now we can live in hope.
We try and hold on to some kind of ideals, when everything - ideals, hope, everything is being destroyed.
The 1955 Pulitzer-Prize winner for Drama, The Diary of Anne Frank
was Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett's dramatization of Holocaust victim Anne Frank's diary (usually referred to as The Diary of a Young Girl
, which was the title of the first edition). An Academy-Award winning film version, staring Shelley Winters, was released in 1959.
It chronicles Frank's time as a Jewish refugee in Amsterdam hiding from Nazi forces with her family. Throughout her stay in a businessman's house, Frank wrote her observations of the world around her in her diary. That is, until, the Nazis finally find her.
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