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    the boy in the striped pyjamas.



    one appropriate sentence for this one, the best film of 2008. yea, it really is the best film of 2008. many people had said it, not just me and it's stupid that it didn't won an oscar award. once you've watched this movie, it will remain in your hearts forever. it's not just like any other movies that once you've finished watching, the feeling would just end up right at that very moment. this film is very different because it is the kind of movie that you'll never forget and maybe this is the movie that you will end up telling to your future children, or even to your future grandchildren, and to your future grand-grandchildren - okay, i know this 'grand-grandchildren thing is exaggerated, but really, this one is a great film. honestly, it's the very first time i cried out loud while watching a certain movie. i never cried out loud because of a movie, and this film broke the record. normally, if the movie is really a tear-jerking film, i would end up crying, the tears would just fall from my eyes silently. but this film made me look so stupid and it's embarrassing because my parents heard it. but they actually admit that this movie is really worth watching for.

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    Vera Farmiga, David Thewlis, and Asa Butterfield star in Little Voice writer/director Mark Herman's adaptation of John Boyne's novel concerning the forbidden friendship that between an eight-year-old German boy and a Jewish concentration camp prisoner in World War II-era Germany. The innocent son of a high-ranking Nazi commandant, Bruno has been largely shielded from the harsh realities of the war. When Bruno discovers that his father has been promoted and that their family will be moving from Berlin into the countryside, he doesn't take the news well. Increasingly bored in his sprawling yet dreary country abode and forbidden by his mother from exploring the backyard, young Bruno searches for something to do while his older sister plays with dolls and vies for the attention of handsome Lieutenant Kotler (Rupert Friend). One day, bored and gazing out his bedroom window, Bruno spies what first appears to be a nearby farm; his parents refuse to discuss it, and all of the inhabitants there are curiously clad in striped pajamas. But while Bruno's mother naïvely believes the "farm" to be an internment camp, her husband has sworn under oath never to reveal that it is in fact an extermination camp specifically designed to help the Nazis achieve their horrific "Final Solution." Eventually defying his mother's rules and venturing out beyond the backyard, Bruno arrives at a barbed wire fence to find a young boy just his age emptying rubble from a wheel barrel. Like Pavel, the kitchen worker who cooks all of Bruno's meals, the young boy is wearing striped pajamas. His name is Shmuel (Jack Scanlon), and before long the two young boys become fast friends. But the closer these two boys grow, the more Bruno becomes awakened to the horrors unfolding all around them. His mother is catching on quickly as well, a fact that causes great tension in her marriage to Bruno's father. Later, after Bruno swipes a piece of cake for Shmuel, Lt. Kotler accuses the Jewish boy of stealing and delivers a swift punishment. When Bruno's father announces that the young boy and his mother will be going to live with their aunt in Heidelberg, Bruno grabs a shovel and makes his way to the camp, setting into motion a tragic and devastating sequence of events.




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