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30. Anne Frank - Parallel Stories; movie review

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Cert 12A
95 mins
BBFC advice: Contains Holocaust images, references to violence

It's been the best part of a decade since Mrs W and I visited Anne Frank's house in Amsterdam and were astonished that eight people managed to live in such cramped conditions for two years.
But, as Anne's story makes clear, desperate times call for desperate measures.
They came so close to surviving the Second World War but, sadly, Anne and her sister Margot perished from typhus during its final days.
Bergen Belsen, the concentration camp in which they died was flattened by the Allies after liberation to stop the spread of the disease.
Helen Mirren reads extracts of Anne's famous diary in Sabina Fedeli and Anna Migotto's Anne Frank: Parallel Stories which is released to mark the annual day of commemoration in memory of the victims of the Holocaust.
Her words are fascinating because, despite her circumstances, they are often uplifting - reflecting her conviction that her family would survive the horrors of war and escape the persecution which other Jews had endured.
The language shows maturity far beyond Anne's teenage years and reinforces the tragedy that she was never able to fulfil her ambition of being a professional writer.
Mirren speaks from a reconstruction of the young girl's shared bedroom but while the surroundings are similar and her words are genuine, this documentary deliberately poses many questions.
For example, how would her life have been had she survived and how would she have told of her experiences in the camps?
Indeed, what would have been her final assessment of the evil perpetrated by the Nazis?
During Fedeli and Migotto's film, Martina Gatti plays a girl of similar age to Anne who visits the places which were key to her life and, intriguingly, brings her story into the present by asking questions to her through social media.
Meanwhile, Anne's story is intertwined with five Holocaust survivors who were denied their youth and lost their families.
Inevitably, these witness statements are the most poignant element of Anne Frank - Parallel Stories and also demonstrate how their defiance has been passed through the generations.
We were drawn to the documentary because of simultaneous repugnance and fascination over the Holocaust which has seen us visit memorials and museums across Europe and in Israel.
Therefore, little of this documentary's evidence was new to us. However, those who not so well versed, particularly students, will find it very poignant and it could well prompt further investigation.
I hope so.

Reasons to watch: Stories which should never be forgotten
Reasons to avoid: Mirren's style is a bit too actressy

Laughs: None
Jumps: None
Vomit: None
Nudity: None
Overall rating: 7.5/10

Did you know? After evacuating Bergen-Belsen, British forces burned down the whole camp to prevent the spread of typhus. During its existence, approximately 50,000 persons died in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp complex including Anne Frank and her sister Margot.

The final word. Helen Mirren: "I just feel the diary of Anne Frank is an amazing teaching tool, an amazing vessel to carry the real understanding of human experiences of the past into our present and very much into our future. I find it very, very important and that’s why I wanted to do this piece”. 

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