After the Germans invade Amsterdam in WW II, a Dutch watchmaker (Arthur O'Connell) and his daughters devote themselves to saving persecuted Jews, laboring to outwit the SS troops that patrol the area and recruit others to their cause. They are caught, however, and sent to a concentration
camp. THE HIDING PLACE is based on an autobiographical novel by Corrie ten Boom, who was 80 when the film was made and delivers its epilog. An accurate and inspiring representation of a period in history that has been placed on film countless times, this version adds little that's new to the
depiction, but is still a worthwhile and honorable picture. It was produced by World Wide P...