Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
Drama, Romance, War Films
Set in 1944 Nazi Germany and loosely based on real events, the film explores the experiences of black and/or biracial Germans during the horrific events of World War Two. Teenager Leyna is the only black biracial daughter of a white single mother who moves the family from Rhineland to Berlin for safety. Although Leyna considers herself to be a German national and holds antisemitic views, she must also hide from Nazis who bombard her family and place orders for her sterilisation, a repulsive practice forced upon black or Jewish citizens. While in hiding she falls for Lutz, a member of the Hitler Youth and the son of a Nazi officer. Their controversial romance leads to a series of distressing events that explore the devastating reality for the victims of the labor camps.
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
The Book Thief tells the story of Liesel, an extraordinary and courageous young girl sent to live with a foster family in World War Two Germany.
11–16 years 126 mins
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