The French made-for-TV film Anne Frank (2001) takes on one of the most famous stories of the twentieth century. A young Jewish girl, Anne Frank, goes into hiding when the Nazis invade the Netherlands. For several years she manages to avoid capture by hiding in the attic of a family that is friendly to her. Ultimately, however, she is apprehended by the Germans and sent off to a concentration camp, where she meets her ultimate demise. What she left behind, of course, would change the world forever. Beautifully depicted and heartrending, Anne Frank does the story justice. This is a grim film, but we do get a nice view of Tatjana Blacher’s beautiful breasts as she enters the camp.