Anne no Nikki

The Diary of Anne Frank

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Japanese: アンネの日記
English: The Diary of Anne Frank
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Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Aug 19, 1995
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Madhouse
Source: Book
Genre: DramaDrama
Theme: HistoricalHistorical
Duration: 1 hr. 28 min.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 6.751 (scored by 25692,569 users)
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Ranked: #53692
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Popularity: #7017
Members: 8,263
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Amsterdam, June 12, 1942. Anne celebrates her 13th birthday and begins her diary, which she calls "Kitty". Hiding for two years from the German threat, the young girl writes about her idealistic views on the world, her ambitions, her fears and her first love, Peter.

Characters & Voice Actors


Asaka, Morio
Episode Director, Storyboard
Nakanishi, Ryuuzou


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Ending Theme

"Why" by Hilary Summers


Nov 10, 2021
It's sad to see such a well made movie have absolutely no attention given to it. Obviously the subject matter has been covered many times over but this movie covers it in a delicate studio ghibli type of way that is aesthetically enjoyable.

The animation in this movie is done very well. Every moment is savored, the color pallet is pleasant to look at and all movement is fluid.

The soundtrack is good, nothing amazing but just enough to help better portray pivotal moments in the story.

Characters were done well, Anne was portrayed as well as she could've been with the information we have about ...
Aug 3, 2015
On June 12th, 1929, about ten-years before the start of World War II, Annelies Marie Frank was born to parents Otto and Edith Frank in Frankfurt, Germany. Rendered stateless by the Nazis in 1941, and without any means to flee the country, Anne and her family were forced into confinement for two-years in a cramped attic to avoid persecution. While staying there, Anne documented her life in a now famous diary, which has since been adapted into movies, plays, and even an anime.

It was surprising to learn that an anime of Anne Frank’s diary had been made—by Madhouse, no less, one of my favorite studios. ...
Dec 11, 2018
Hello, before I start this I want to say, I'm Jewish and I'm very happy this movie was made. However, when I was Anne's age and bullied for being Jewish I related to her a lot and tried to learn everything I could about her. So with that, I will start this review.

Okay, first off the story! Wow! So much is wrong! And a lot of things are downplayed way too much. Like Anne's and Petter's romance, Anne's friends, Anne's problems with her mother, the friction between the van Daan's and the Franks, also that they all knew each other before coming! The helpers are ...

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