Second, the names, the movie is called The Attic: The Hiding of Anne Frank and the exhibition is called Anne Frank: An Unfinished Story. Lets talk media, the exhibition is more of a informative presentation witch pictures, animations and text while the movie is what the name says, a movie with moving pictures and talking and moving characters. The movie is much longer than the …show more content…
The exhibition has a late exposition, the characters are introduced when the story has already begun (on the way so to say). The movie shows us all of the characters at the start except Anne, she is introduced much later when the hiding starts. The movie has a definite climax, it is when the Nazis capture the Jews (Anne, her sister, her dad and others), the exhibition does so too obviously since it still is the same story.
The exhibition ends with a text that tells the reader when Anne died and how, the movie transmits us this with a letter by the Nazis or friends (not identifiable) that says that she died in the concentration camp. The similarities of the movie and the exhibition are few. Obviously they both talk about Anne Frank and her life, hey both dont talk tell us much about World War 2 and dont talk about the concentration camps and what had happened there. Annes sister is rarely mentioned, even in the presentation, they both talk about Annes mother being in love and lastly they both let us know how life was in the