One of the best movies ever: The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas is the tragic story of Bruno, an innocent, inquisitive eight-year-old, and the son of a Nazi officer. When his father is promoted and transferred to direct the operations at a concentration camp, young Bruno is forced to leave his friends and relative freedom behind.
Enclosed behind the wall that surrounds his new house and grounds, Bruno sneaks off for an adventure in the woods and to check out the not-too-distant "farm" he has seen from his window. When he meets Shmuel (Jack Scanlon), a young Jewish boy his own age behind the farm's fence, the wheels are set in motion for the movie's heart-wrenching conclusion.
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