An independent campaign to create a feature movie about the remarkable survival under Adolf Hitler’s regime of a teen Jewish girl who became a Christian has been given a boost.
The project, “Trapped,” got a thumbs-up from a team of professional script analysts who gave it a “consider” rating, which given only to 4 percent of scripts submitted.
A few changes and the rating could end up being “recommend,” according to George D. Escobar, vice president of WND Films and the co-writer and co-director of Academy nominated film “Alone Yet Not Alone” and the documentary “Isaiah 9:10 Judgment,” based on Jonathan Cahn’s New York Times bestseller, “The Harbinger.”
“Trapped” is the working title of the true story of Holocaust survivor Anita Dittman, set against the perilous backdrop of World War II and Nazi Germany. It features her unbreakable bond with her mother, her faith and her