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By Marian Hoefnagel

Anne Frank (1929-1945) ist das vielleicht bekannteste Mädchen der Niederlande. Sie wurde durch ihr Tagebuch berühmt. Anne Frank conflict Jüdin. Sie wohnte in Amsterdam, als der Zweite Weltkrieg ausbrach. Sie und ihre Eltern mussten untertauchen. Über zwei Jahre versteckten sie sich in der Firma von Vater Frank, im Hinterhaus.

Anne hat Angst, dass sie entdeckt werden.
Sie hat Angst, dass guy sie alle erschießt.
Auch nachts hat Anne Angst.
Vor dem Gewitter, vor Schüssen und vor Flugzeugen.
Sie kriecht dann am liebsten zu ihrem Vater ins Bett.
"Das wirkt vielleicht kindisch", schreibt sie ins Tagebuch.
"Aber guy muss das mal mitmachen.
Manchmal kann guy sein eigenes Wort nicht verstehen."

In "Anne Frank, ihr Leben" wird die Geschichte von Anne Frank erzählt. Wie sie lebt, bevor sie untertauchen musste. Und wie ihr Leben im Hinterhaus aussah. Wie es battle, zum ersten Mal verliebt zu sein. Und wie viel Angst sie hatte, entdeckt zu werden. Wir erfahren auch, was once nach der Entdeckung und Festnahme der Familie passierte. Anne starb in einem Konzentrationslager im modify von 15 Jahren. Sie ist eines der sechs Millionen jüdischen Opfer des Zweiten Weltkriegs.

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In all of these Introduction | 7 instances I take seriously the ways narratives of loss are always partial and incomplete and then ask what we can learn from reckoning with this most basic truth. This takes time. Readers will come upon long, complex engagements with difficult or allusive works, multilayered readings. I do these readings because, as I have experienced it, these complicated texts can make visible heretofore invisible dimensions of how we deal with loss. They can help us to see more familiar processes in new and often unexpected and illuminating ways.

To claim my father’s story as Jewish, I am ever mindful of the interplay between traumatic losses in everyday Jewish life and the extraordinary losses of the Holocaust and how, in trying to tell any of these stories, we risk losing our loved ones all over again. Resnais explicitly juxtaposes very different experiences of loss in Hiroshima Mon Amour, and he makes no attempt to depict these experiences as somehow equivalent. Instead, he shows how being in the presence of the trauma of others can trigger memories of our own.

Resnais explicitly juxtaposes very different experiences of loss in Hiroshima Mon Amour, and he makes no attempt to depict these experiences as somehow equivalent. Instead, he shows how being in the presence of the trauma of others can trigger memories of our own. The French woman’s being in Hiroshima triggers her own memory; her proximity to the pain of others enables her to gain some awareness of her own trauma. In this way, the film shows how memory works in relation to trauma and loss. It shows how there is a movement between very different experiences of loss; the encounter with one triggers the recognition of others.

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