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Based on a true story, Drama, War Films
Based on the true story of Antonina and Jan Żabiński, the keepers of Warsaw Zoo who used it as a hiding place for threatened Jews after it was partially destroyed by invading Nazi troops. Given permission to remain living at the zoo despite most of their animals having perished during a bombing raid, the Żabińskis hatch a plan to help their Jewish neighbours avoid persecution by offering shelter amongst the ruins of the zoo. However, a close working relationship with Nazi officer Lutz Heck, who plans to use the zoo’s remaining facilities to further his own projects, puts their covert mission under threat.
Available to stream
Moving adaptation of Anne Frank's world-changing diary, following Anne and her family as they must hide from the Nazis in occupied Amsterdam.
7–16 years 172 mins
Bruno is kept in the dark by his Nazi commandant father about the neighbouring concentration camp, until he strikes up a friendship through the wire.
11+ years 90 mins
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This week also sees God's Own Country and The Farthest hit cinemas, while The Zookeeper's Wife, A Dog's Purpose and The Transfiguration arrive on DVD.
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