When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit

When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit / Als Hitler das Rosa Kaninchenstahl

film-roll Germany, Switzerland / Color / 119' / 2019 13+

Nine-year-old Anna is not sure who Hitler is. But when her own father goes missing one day, she comes to realize that the man on the posters is about to change the whole of Europe – starting with her own small life. She is forced to uproot her entire existence. Anna and her family hastily flee Germany, leaving even her favorite stuffed pink rabbit behind. From now on Anna encounters life in exile, not speaking the language, not knowing customs and manners, missing her friends and loved ones. Yet Anna grows up, finds new friends, and learns to take responsibility. So when her family has to move away yet again, she is certain she can do anything.

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Caroline Link

She is one of Germany’s most celebrated filmmakers. Throughout her illustrious career that spans more than two decades, she has received international accolades for her work including multiple Academy Award nominations, and an Oscar win for Best Foreign Feature in 2003 for "Nowhere in Africa ". Her Oscar win helped usher in a new era of visibility and vitality for German cinema and her work continues to captivate audiences around the world.

Director
Caroline Link
Screenplay
Anna Brüggemann
Caroline Link
Cinematography
Bella Halben
Editing
Patricia Rommel
Music
Volker Bertelmann
Sound Design
Oswald Schwander
Roman Schwartz
Film Cast
Riva Krymalowski
Carla Juri
Oliver Masucci
Justus von Dohnányi
Marinus Hohmann
Producer
Jochen Laube
Fabian Maubach
Language
German, Swiss German, French, English
Filmography
All about me (2018)
Exit Marrakech (2013)
A year ago in winter (2008)
Nowhere in Africa (2001)
Annaluise and Anton (1999)
Beyond silence (1996)
Summer days (1990)
Bunte Blumen (1988)
Glückzum Anfassen (1988)
Feature Fiction Film