The Boy in the Striped Pajamas (The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas) Reviews
Jew friend and to denounce the average Germans whose family heads were carrying out these delinquent "enabling" acts. Vera Farmiga and the kiddos are luminous with Bruno sporting Hitler~like hair. The final scene makes you crumble like wall of bricks but the film entireity was commercially exploited. My rating is 3.5
Never the less a good film.
"The boy in the striped pajamas" is a drama of war realized with the hands of a master by: Mark Herman, he knew how to put his sensibility on a subject that can not be more delicate than this black period of human history, with His deportations, his massacres, his pure horror. A very realistic and very hard movie on the concentration camps, and the story is really poignant, and the characters are well written and superbly interpreted by very convincing actors. Asa Butterfield in the role: Bruno and Jack Scanlon in the role of Shmuel (the Jewish boy) and Vera Farmiga in the role of Asa's mother and David Thewlis in the role of Asa's father. A movie that fills the spectator with emotion, a great film of its kind, because all these wars are also all the misfortunes of the world that fall on the heads of the innocent, a movie to be discovered absolutely for its sensitivity to the skin
A must watch for drama fans! Very strong story.
If you can overlook the fact that the narrative seems intent on dictating our emotions by threads of forced melodrama, you'll do well to put this little depressive nugget of cinema on your "to watch" list.