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Anne was murdered as a Jew. Otto did her no favor by making her just a "general" human tragedy.

apodet, 81 - Buffalo, NY - United States - 4 May 2016

Otto Frank did not do justice to his daughter Anne by removing her Jewish identity and Zionist idealism.

apodet, 81 - Buffalo, NY - United States - 4 May 2016

I think that learning about Anne Frank was very interesting. I like seeing her house but it made me sad to see. But over all I liked it.

Nautica, 11 - Berkeley - United States - 3 May 2016

Congratulations for the work done on the site.

ROSIFELICIANO, 24 - londrina - Brazil - 2 May 2016

I think the movie was very good, a brilliant masterpiece, with its ups and downs. When the movie first started, I was a little confused considering what happened to Anne. She was a very happy girl and was dancing around. I wish they would’ve taken more time to explain things before they went to the secret annex. She just came home from school and then her parents said they weren’t letting anyone into the house and then they went into hiding. Once they went into hiding, things started making more sense and I understood what was going on. They were hiding from the Nazi’s. They had to do a lot of things to make sure people didn’t find out they were in the secret annex. I, personally, would have never been able to handle what they went through. The only time they were able to have a long conversation was on the weekend when no one was in the building. I like to talk all the time so this would have been hard for me to do. Their space and food also became limited when another family moved in with them. And a doctor moved in and took over some of Anne’s space. I would not have like this. The ending was not what I expected. When they showed the dates of people surviving and dying, that was hard to see. I hoped that more of them survived. It made me feel grateful that I never had to live through anything like that. I was also sad that to see that there were not more survivors. I wanted Anne to make it.

Jakob Venable, 11 - Oakland - United States - 2 May 2016

Instead of being disappointed, I hope I could seize every moment to do the things I enjoy even if in a dreadful situation after reading the story of Anne Frank. There is no doubt that she is a admirable girl and that her words are attractive. Now I believe it is better to die in pursuit of our dream than to live a life without hope. Thank you for inspiring me.

Cindy Lee, 17 - Taipei - Taiwan - 29 Apr 2016