In Line for Anne Frank

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Day in and day out, year after year, a long line can be found in front of a house on the Prinsengracht, a canal in Amsterdam. Visitors are drawn to this site to visit the Achterhuis — the hiding place of the most famous victim of the Second World War, Anne Frank — and the accompanying Anne Frank Museum. The documentary IN LINE FOR ANNE FRANK features extraordinary stories from museum visitors of all nationalities as they wait in line. Despite coming from a diverse array of backgrounds, representatives from around the world are briefly united by the experiences of the extraordinary young girl whose story has touched and inspired millions of people for decades.

April 14, 2015 at 8pm


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