This screening is brought to you by UK Jewish Film as part of its “UK Jewish Film: Back to the Cinema” season, featuring multiple summer screenings at cinemas across the UK.
Rediscover Jewish film together.
Nine-year-old Anna’s carefree childhood is disrupted when her parents decide to flee Germany shortly before Hitler attains power. In their search for safety and livelihood, the close-knit family moves first to Switzerland, then France and finally, England – each move presents great challenges, but even greater rewards. Though she still harbours hopes of returning to Berlin, Anna gradually learns that home is wherever she is free to love, imagine and dream.
Directed by Oscar-winning filmmaker Caroline Link and based on Judith Kerr’s beloved semi-autobiographical book, When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit superbly captures both the growing Nazi threat and the magic of childhood. An incredibly touching and uplifting tribute to Kerr, who passed away last May, and her timeless stories.
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