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When Corrie ten Boom realizes the rising Nazi empire will swallow Holland and create the holocaust of every innocent Jew in secret death-camps, she faces the deadly threat of these “Death-Skull Storm Troopers” with a surprising remedy: an army comprised of untrained teenagers.

Around that same time, brilliant young physics student, Hans Poley, chooses not to join the Nazi party. To protect him, his parents force him into hiding in the home of Corrie ten Boom. While in hiding, he witnesses the atrocities toward the suffering Jews and decides he must do something.

Hans is drawn by resistance fighter, Piet Hartog, and love of Piet’s life – Aty van Woerden (Corrie ten Boom’s niece) into an intricate web of espionage and clandestine activities centered in the famous Hiding Place.

As part of Corrie ten Boom’s army of untrained teenagers, Hans, Piet, and their friends navigate a deadly labyrinth of challenges to rescue the Jewish people in their modern-day, panicked exodus from death while embarking on a nonstop, action-packed hunt with the underground involving Gestapo hijacks, daring rescues, codes in windswept old windmills, and stunning miracles in one of history’s most famous dramas. Climaxing in the true, breath-taking rescue of an entire orphanage of Jewish children marked for mass execution by Hitler’s assassins, audiences will both cheer and weep at this exciting, sobering tale of Hans and the youth movement that dared to resist one of History’s cruelest tyrants.

Runtime: 102 min

Release: 2013

Cast: John Rhys-Davies, Mimi Sagadin, Craig Robert Young

Director:Peter C. Spencer, Josiah Spencer

Writer: Bart Gavigan, Peter C. Spencer

2 thoughts to “Return to the Hiding Place (2013)

  • Natalie Smith

    This part of the Corrie Ten Boom story I did not know. It is about the Ten Boom family’s life before being arrested and the impact she had on her “guests”. The part I really enjoyed in this movie was watching the students who risk their lives and everything they have for total strangers. It makes me wonder what more I can do.

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  • Sorena Marble

    If you liked The Hiding Place, you will like Return to the Hiding Place just as much. This is the story of the ten Boom family helping the Jews escape from the Nazi’s. This one is told from the side of Hans Joley and is about his adventures. He was young and had a group of friends that would do all kinds of things to save the children and other people. He was very courageous and risked his life for others. He was instrumental in several rescues. He even rescued an entire orphanage. The risks that he would take for others was very inspiring. He definitely understood the scripture found in John 15:13- Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.

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