The Devil's Arithmetic is a 1999 TV movie based on the historical novel of the same name by Jane Yolen. It stars Kirsten Dunst as Hannah Stern and costars Brittany Murphy, Louise Fletcher and Mimi Rogers. Dustin Hoffman introduces the film but is uncredited and serves as an executive producer with Mimi Rogers.
Jewish-American teen Hannah Stern (Kirsten Dunst) isn't much interested in her family's religious tradition. But her blasé attitude changes radically when she suddenly enters a time slip back to a 1941 Nazi death camp, where Hannah learns firsthand the horrors of The Holocaust and the price her family and other Jews paid because of their heritage. She also learns the importance of remembering, and how the past continues to resonate in the present.