‘Anne’s Diary’ published 75 years A new animated movie will be released next month

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It has been 75 years since Anne Frank’s Diary, which has been read worldwide as a masterpiece that accuses racial Discrimination and conveys the misery of war, published. A new animated film based on this diary will be produced and released next month.

“The Diary of Anne Frank” is the only survivor of the family based on the diary left by Anne Frank, a girl who escaped the persecution of Jews by Nazi Germany during World War II and lived in a “retreat” in the Netherlands. It was put together by my father’s hand.

It has been 75 years since the diary was published. The animation movie “Where Is Anne Frank, and the Traveling Diary” newly produced by Israeli director Ari Folman will be released in Japan from the 11th of next month. It was decided.

The film features “Kitty,” which Anne wrote in her diary as her fantasy friend, about the persecution of Jews, the misery of war, and the ongoing Discrimination against refugees. I am.

irector Forman “A message that echoes in any age with your family.”

Before the release, Director Forman said in an interview with NHK, “Anne Frank’s Diary has a message that resonates at any time. In the movie, it is we who suffer from the war. I wanted to show it in an easy-to-understand format. I would like you to see and discuss it with your family. “

Online preview at a private school in Tokyo before the release
Before the movie “The Diary of Traveling with Anne Frank,” an online preview was held at a private school in Tokyo.

At the Tokyo Jogakkan in Tokyo, students are growing roses of a variety called “Anne Frank’s Keepsake,” which Anne’s father said to have been given to Japan and is still cultivated in various places.

Before the movie’s release, an online preview was held on the 12th of this month, and more than 30 students from the third year of junior high school to the second year of the high school participated.

The film was produced by Israeli director Ari Folman, who has been highly acclaimed for depicting war.

The film includes the dreams and harsh fate of Anne, who was forced to spend her time in the Dutch “hidden” occupied by Germany during World War II and the Discrimination that the modern world has. It contained criticism of indifference and a message about the importance of life.

Students who finished the appreciation said, “Discrimination against minorities is a problem not only in Anne’s time but also in the present age. We have to learn from the history of the past.” No. I felt the need to speak up to know the difficult situation. “

The “Anne’s Diary,” which was the basis of this movie, was compiled by Anne’s father in 1947, translated into various languages, then published in Japan in 1952, and has been read for a long time.

According to the “Anne Frank Museum,” which introduces materials related to her Anne, the cumulative circulation in Japan exceeds 6 million, including related books.

At Tokyo Jogakkan, we are continuing peace learning with the theme of “Anne’s Diary,” From the students about the diary, “Anne has a part similar to us now and feels close to us. I remember. When I learned that I died in a detention camp, I thought it was excruciating and sad because I was similar to ourselves. ” I was reminded of that. “

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