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April 15, 1988 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-04-15

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film, says Steenburgen.
The Attic, perhaps the best
telefilm ever made on the
Holocaust, left its star drain-
ed. But then it elicited
similar reactions from even
casual visitors to the exterior
scenes shot in Amsterdam.
"People, who recalled too
well the Nazis in control of
their city, had tears stream-
ing down their faces,” recalls
Steenburgen. "When we were
shooting a scene of people be-
ing pulled from their hiding
places, one gentleman nearby
said that he had been one of
those people himself, that he
had been taken away by the
Nazis." And he pointed to his
jaw, which had been broken
during the scuffle some 40
years ago, as evidence of the
sad memories he must carry
ith him forever.
Steenburgen, 35, has her
own memories of the diary of
Anne Frank. "I read the
diary when I was 13," she
says. "It was very far away
from my life."
But as she grew older, the
distance narrowed. "If you
read it as an adult, it changes,
as it did for me," she says.
"When you're older, you look
at things differently."
And, says the Newport,
Ark., native who has starred
in such films as Ragtime and
A Midsummer Night's Corn-

Reluctant
Heroine

Miep Gies does not have to
watch The Attic to be remind-
ed of the harrowing horrors of
the Holocaust.
She and her husband, Jan,
were responsible for saving —
albeit temporarily — the Ot-
to Frank family from the
Nazis. It is their story that in-
spired The Attic: Anne Frank
Remembered, the new CBS
telefilm to air Sunday night.
"It is a memory I live with
every day," says Miep Gies.
"One I will never forget."
But she would rather people
forget such "nonsense" as the
fact that she is a heroine. "I
always say, 'Please, don't see
us as heroes. We only did our
human duty.' "
Dutifully, the Gieses con-
tinue their work. "We often
go to Germany, to schools,
because we came to conclu-
sion that young people in Ger-
many did not know all things
that happened during the
war," she says. And the Gieses
want to tell them.
Don't talk to either Miep or
Jan Gies about the fading of
the Holocaust from the
public's conscience. "It is still
real in our thoughts:' says
Miep Gies. — M.E.

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Mary Steenburgen, as Miep Gies, discovers Anne Frank's diary among
the remains of the Frank family's belongings in "The Attic."

edy, she knows she will from
now on. "Making this film,"

says Steeburgen, "has chang-
ed my life."

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The Gondoliers, now
through Sunday, admission, _
761-7855.

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Novi Hilton, 2111
Haggerty, Novi. An
Evening With Oscar,
Saturdays through May 11,
admission. 349-4000.
UNIVERSITY OF
MICHIGAN POWER
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Power Center, Ann Arbor,
On the Town, now through
Sunday, admission.
764-0450.
HENRY FORD MUSEUM
Henry Ford Museum
Theater, Dearborn, Peg 0'
My Heart, now through
May 14, admission.
271-1620.
SHAW FESTIVAL
Niagara-on-the-Lake,
Ontario, You Never Can
Tell, now through October
15, admission.
416-468-2172.
UNIVERSITY PLAYERS
Trueblood Theatre, Ann
Arbor, Angel City, now
through Sunday, admission.
764-0450.
BONSTELLE THEATER
3424 Woodward, Detroit,
Kiss of the Spider Woman,
today through Sunday and
April 22-24, admission.
577-3010.

WOODS PLAYERS
Oakland Community
College Theater, Lincoln
and Main, Royal Oak,
Cactus Flower, today,
Saturday and April 22-23,
admission. 545-3983.
PERFORMING ARTS
THEATER
Smith Theater, 27055
Orchard Lake Road,
Farmington Hills, An
Evening With Mark Twain,
today and Saturday,
admission. 471-7700.
FARMINGTON
COMMUNITY CENTER
24705 Farmington Road,
Farmington Hills, Ann
Arbor Goodtime Players,
Rumplestiltskin, Thursday,
admission. 477-8404.

MUSIC

SOUTHFIELD
CONCERTS-IN-THE-
GARDEN —
Tel-12 Mall, Southfield,
Alexander Zonjic, Sunday,
admission. 354-4717.
MEADOW BROOK
ESTATE
Oakland University, Varner
Recital Hall, Rochester,
spring concert, today and
Saturday, admission.
370-3013.
CHAMBER MUSIC

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