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still Hitler heeft mijn roze konijn gestolen (Caroline Link, DE 2020)

Hitler heeft mijn roze konijn gestolen

Caroline Link / DE, CH, IT, 2020 / 119 min.

Posters of Hitler appear all over Berlin, people can sense the imminent violent upheaval. When Anna’s father, a Jewish journalist, disappears and the family is forced to suddenly flee, Anna realises her life will never be the same again. From now on she will be a refugee who learns new languages and makes new friends.

poster Hitler heeft mijn roze konijn gestolen (Caroline Link, DE 2020)
Anna is too busy with school and friends to realise her world is about to collapse. When Anna is forced to flee Berlin in 1933, the nine-year old forgets her stuffed toy. A pink bunny rabbit. While her father, a journalist critical of the Nazi party, fears for his family’s safety after Adolf Hitler is elected, all Anna can think of is her worn stuffed toy.

Details

Scenes from this movie may cause fearPersons under 6 years must be accompanied by an adult

Director

Caroline Link

Production year

2020

Country

DE, CH, IT

Original title

Als Hitler das rosa Kaninchen stahl

Length

119 min.

Language

Dutch

Format

DCP

still Hitler heeft mijn roze konijn gestolen (Caroline Link, DE 2020)
still Hitler heeft mijn roze konijn gestolen (Caroline Link, DE 2020)
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