The Best Place to Be follows A-List celebrities as they take us on an all-access trip to their favorite cities around the world. From the moment they touch down, some of the world's biggest stars take us off the beaten path to show us their favorite places to eat, drink, shop and sightsee.
Runtime: 60 minutes
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Return to the Hiding Place (2013) is a film based upon the factual accounting of Hans Poley's World War II encounter with Corrie ten Boom, his involvement in the Dutch resistance and the wartime harboring of Jewish refugees. A non-Jewish fugitive himself, for refusing to pledge his allegiance to the Nazi party; Poley was the first person hidden from the Nazis in Ten Boom House, which today is a museum in Haarlem, Netherlands. The film is adapted, in part, from Poley's book, Return to the Hiding Place (1993), personal recollections, relayed to screenwriter Dr. Peter C. Spencer, and research from the Dutch National Archives. The film is neither a prequel, nor a sequel to the 1975 film, The Hiding Place; rather, Return to the Hiding Place is a congruent accounting of Dutch underground resistance efforts from Hans Poley's perspective. It was directed by Peter C. Spencer and starred John Rhys-Davies, Mimi Sagadin and Craig Robert Young. An earlier film also based on the book of the same title was tested in Europe in 2011 titled War of Resistance but due to distinct differences in content and storyline was determined by official United States copyright to be a separate motion picture in entirety. The european title is not credited with any accolades, box office receipts, or further connection to the film released in the United States.
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