In the beginning of the act, Mr. Frank goes back to the place where he, his family, and the Van Daans were hiding. If I were Mr. Frank I wouldn’t have gone back because of all the things that happened during the past two years, all the memories he held in that attic are still there. I would feel uneasy about going back knowing that this was the last place I saw my daughters, my wife, and my friends. During the flashback Mr. Frank stated “I can’t stay in Amsterdam, Miep. It has too many memories for me: Forgive me. I shouldn’t speak to you like this after all that you did for us... the suffering…” This shows that even though the war is over Mr. Frank still holds the memories of the attic.