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The Boy in the Striped Pajamas

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Eric Liu

on 8 January 2013

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Transcript of The Boy in the Striped Pajamas

Eric Liu The Boy in the Striped Pajamas The Holocaust in Everyday Life What I Liked What I didn't like Similar to the Book Thief's way of putting it. Historically accurate. The scene in the cover picture of the movie was very different to the scene in the movie. Holocaust was evident only if the family was part of the Nazi party. Bruno had a curious tone when talking to Shmuel Shmuel's voice sounded like he knew what was happening but didn't know why. Human Spirit Friend Ship Bruno left to go find Shmel instead of staying with his family. Character Development Very believable Visible Revelation when Bruno understands that the camp is a concentration camp. Setting Moving to the country side was very important in order for Bruno to meet Shmuel Weather was either grey or the scene was played in the shade Out door background was usually a forest The walls in the house were greyish white. Many people thought that the fact Shmel was in a work camp was Fake. Children sent to the concentration camps were usually immediately sent to the gassing chambers because they were too young to work. There were up to 773 registered male children between 6 and 16 living at Auschwitz. Powerful way of conveying the Holocaust Rabbi Benjamin Blech, the author of the original book wrote: There were no nine-year-old Jewish boys in Auschwitz The acting was very good Easily understood Movie Cover Movie Scene Intresting Fact Job vs. Family Bruno's father made the mistake of taking the job as commandant of the camp for the safety of his family.
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