WHEN HITLER STOLE PINK RABBIT

Berlin 1933. ANNA (Riva Krymalowski) is only nine years old when her life changes forever. Her father ARTHUR KEMPER (Oliver Masucci), a well-known Jewish journalist, must flee to Zurich to escape the Nazis. His family – Anna, her twelve-year-old brother MAX (Marinus Hohmann) and her mother DOROTHEA (Carla Juri) – follow him shortly afterwards. Anna must leave everything behind, not only her beloved housekeeper HEIMPI (Ursula Werner), but also her pink cloth rabbit, and face a new life full of challenges and privations in a foreign country. And not just once either, because Zurich is by no means the final stop.

author:

Caroline Link, Anna Brüggemann

director:

Caroline Link

award:

Bavarian Film Prize and the German Film Prize for Best Children's Film.

Crew: