No, please don't leave! Memories are wonderful things to have, you should read Anneke's diary.
I need to leave Amsterdam, the memories are too hard for me. I am not needed here
Welcome, Vaan Daans. It is great to see you guys, please come in!
Mr Vaan Daan: Greetings Otto, it's great to see you again. Hopefully we would have nice rooms to sleep in.
Hello Mr. Dussel, you can stay here in the Annex as long as you need.
Mr. Vaan Daan: What about our food situation, we will be low on food with this man!
Mr. Dussel: Greetings Mr. Frank and the Vaan Daans, it is great to have a place to finally stay in.
Mr Frank wanted to leave Amsterdam because the memories were just to hard for him to handle. Miep tells him to stay and that memories are very great and bring joy amongst others. Mr. Frank then finds Anne's diary, and starts to read it.
What was that loud bang noise!? Could it be some jews hiding up there?
The Vaan Daans move into the Annex with the Franks shortly after the Franks arrived. They would hide in this Annex because of the Nazi Invasion.
Mr. Dussel arrives with Mr. Kraler to the Secret Annex to supposedly stay for a couple of days. He would then need to stay in Ann's room for the rest of the time he stayed there for.
You all have five minutes to gather your items!
Father! What are we gonna do? Where are they taking us?
Otto hears a noise coming from below the Annex. It is night time seemed very unusual. This alerted the other Franks and the Vaan Daans which Peter tried to turn off the lamp to the room. That resulted in him crashing to the floor with a loud "bang", which made the thief from below flee the workplace.
An employee in this event seems to actually know about the Secret Annex and that how some Jewish people could be living up there.
The phone below is ringing nonstop under the Annex. This makes everyone believe that something is wrong. The German police (Gestapo) arrest the Franks, Vaan Daans, and Mr Dussel after they gave them 5 minutes to gather their items. This is a sad event that occured which lead to only Otto Frank surviving the concentration camps they went through.