Hey, I'm Friedrich, you must be Anne. I've heard and seen a lot about you up here in Heaven, and when I heard that you died, I knew I just had to come and meet you!
Yes, you're dead. Yes, you're in Heaven. And your family is dead, probably around here in Heaven somewhere. Come, I'll show you around.
Wait, I'm dead? I'm in Heaven? Where's my family?
Well we're in the Jewish part of Heaven, that's why there are so many churches. You're family should be around here somewhere.
Well it's just like the real world, it's a lot more boring than you think, especially in the Jewish section. But there has been a lot more people to talk to since the Holocaust, like you.
Come I want to show you something, while we wait for your family to turn up.
Okay, I'm starting to calm down a little more. So what's Heaven like?
In Heaven, you can look over any part of the world. That's how I knew about you.
Wow! I can see my father from up here! Hi Father! You know Heaven isn't so bad.
Friedrich has met Anne in Heaven. Anne is very confused and worried. Friedrich will attempt to calm her down, show her around, and help her find her family in Heaven.
This may seem a little personal, but, how did you die?
Interesting story, I died during a bombing in my hometown. They wouldn't let me into the shelter because I was Jew.
Well, as you know, me and my family were in hiding for 2 years. After we were caught, we were split up and then sent to different concentration camps. I later died at the concentration camp from typhus fever.
Friedrich introduces Anne to Heaven and tells her what it's like. Friedrich wants Anne to come with her so he can show her something special while they wait for her family to turn up.
Well now that you found your family I best be on my way.
Sorry, my friend Friedrich was showing me around.
Anne! We've been looking for you everywhere!
Friedrich showed Anne that you can look over any part of the world from Heaven. Anne sees her father, and realizes Heaven isn't so bad.
I miss him.
We all do.
After finding themselves bored and still not having found Anne's parents, they decide to talk about how they died. Now, after knowing each others past, they look at each other in a completely new way.
I guess we both have bad backstories.
After some awkward silence after learning each others backstories, Anne's mother and Margot show up. Friedrich has nothing more to do here, so he heads off to look over his friends and family. Meanwhile, Anne wants to show her mother and sister something.
Anne, her mother, and Margot sit up in Heaven, sadly looking down on Mr. Frank, waiting for the day he'll come up to Heaven as well.