The Movie ' The Boy 's The Striped Pajama '

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We are human and we make mistakes, but learning from them is what gets to the deviation. The film “ The Boy in the Striped Pajama” by Mark Herman (2008) is a big example of this ideology. The purpose of this film is to convey that every idea (in this case - the idea of a superior race) inevitably comes out of those limits that people adjust for its implementation, and with time instead of good brings them disappointment and even sorrow.
It is very hard to describe the contents of the film in a few words, since it tracks not just the subject of the Holocaust, but also is vividly expressed the theme of Nazi propaganda, genocide, torture, enslavement of the population, the idea of ethnocentrism and aggression which are very significant aspects of study an international criminal justice. Nevertheless, I will try to describe briefly the plot of this tragic, but at the same time very meaningful for our real conceptions of present brutality movie.
The film is set in Nazi Germany during a World War 2 and told from the point of view of an eight-year-old German boy called Bruno. Bruno is the son of a Nazi commandant. Due to the circumstances he and his family had to move. Finding himself in a new place, Bruno became disappointed, because there was nothing around that might capture his attention, only one thing- “ a doubtful farm” which was visible from his window, where everybody were dressed alike in stripe pajamas. Since Bruno was a very curious boy, despite to ban of his

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