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I'm Still Here: Real Diaries of Young People Who Lived During the Holocaust (2005)

I'm Still Here: Real Diaries of Young People Who Lived During the Holocaust
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Zach Braff Zach Braff
Himself
Ryan Gosling Ryan Gosling
Ilya Gerber
Kate Hudson Kate Hudson
Eva Ginz
Oliver Hudson Oliver Hudson
Petr Ginz / Peter Feigl
Brittany Murphy Brittany Murphy
Anonymous girl / Elsa Binder
Amber Tamblyn Amber Tamblyn
Elizabeth Kaugmann / Miriam Korber
Elijah Wood Elijah Wood
Klaus Langer / Dawid Rubinowicz


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Alexandra Zapruder Alexandra Zapruder


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5 years, 2 months ago at Nov 27 21:04
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This short documentary tells the stories of some of the younger people who lived and died during the Holocaust through their diaries, also pointing out that Anne Frank was not the only person to personally document the hardships that the Jews faced. Although compelling at times, and most documentaries on the Holocaust are, this is an odd choice of subject for an MTV production. Unfortunately that ... read more
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Release date: 5 May 2005
Tags: World War II (2), Holocaust (2), Nazis (2), Diaries (1), Teenagers (1), Execution (1), Mtv (1), Documentary (1), Genocide (1)
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Shaun posted a review 5 years, 2 months ago

“This short documentary tells the stories of some of the younger people who lived and died during the Holocaust through their diaries, also pointing out that Anne Frank was not the only person to personally document the hardships that the Jews faced. Although compelling at times, and most documentaries on the Holocaust are, this is an odd choice of subject for an MTV production. Unfortunately that being the case the people responsible seemingly try to turn it into a music video with music from Moby and the occasional fancy graphic. If their aim was to appeal to younger viewers then I really don't think it was achieved with this film. A much better documentary on this subject would have to be Into the Arms of Strangers: Stories of the Kindertransport (2000).” read more


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