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When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit
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Imagine if your country began to change. Imagine if it became dangerous for some people to live in your country. Imagine if one of those people was your own father. That is the situation Anna faces in 1933 Berlin. Anna is not sure who Hitler is. She is nine years old when everything begins, too busy to take much notice of his face on posters all over the city. But when her own father goes missing one day, she comes to realize that the man on the posters is about to change the whole of Europe – starting with her own small life. She is forced to uproot her entire existence and hastily flee Germany with her family, leaving even her favorite stuffed pink rabbit behind. From now on, Anna lives in exile. She does not speak the local language or know the customs. She misses her friends and loved ones. Her family is running out of money and fears xenophobia. Eventually, Anna grows up, finds new friends, and learns to take responsibility. When her family must move away once again, she is certain she can do anything.

3 day rental • NR • 119 min. • German and French with subtitles


“Judith Kerr's beloved children's novel gets a worthy adaptation from German director Caroline Link in this film that balances the hardships and fear of being a refugee with the optimism of childhood.”
Seventh Row