Anne Frank is a Jewish girl living in German-occupied Amsterdam during World War 2. When Anne's father learns that his family is in inevitable danger, he gathers Anne and the family to live with four others in a secret, safe location. In these cramped and tight rooms, Anne and the rest live in darkness and with hushed voices, always in fear of discovery. For two years, Anne confides in Kitty, her diary in which she confesses her dreams and wishes, and documents her life in the cellar. As supplies begin to dwindle and relationships grow more complex and heated, Anne continues to write, dreaming of a life in which she is free.
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