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The Boy in Striped Pyjamas.

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De Ibwis Twigga!
Has anyone else Read the book/seen the Movie of "The Boy in Striped Pyjamas". I just finished the book and personally, I think that the book is brilliant. It perfectly captures a young boy's oblivion to WWII and what the "Farm" is out the back. The end of chapter 19 had me Bawing to tears because it's so sad. I havn't seen the movie but I really want to.

So what are your opinions.
 

rocko

hihowru
I've seen the movie in school very saddening.
 

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De Ibwis Twigga!
We have this book at our school library. I may get round to reading it one day, but I doubt it
I suggest you read it. It's very emotional and brilliant book. Sad though.
 

Pyrax

The Ghost of Tsushima
I finished reading it in school the other day.
saddening.
 

Dattebayo

Banned
I seen the movie at my World History class for the last 2 days of school. It's indeed a great film, especially the sad ending. My only problem about it is that the Germans aren't speaking in their native language, they did it with other films that took place in foreign countries like Pan's Labyrinth, so why can't The Boy in Striped Pajamas (please don't hate me for this)?
 

~Spacial_Rendation~

De Ibwis Twigga!
I seen the movie at my World History class for the last 2 days of school. It's indeed a great film, especially the sad ending. My only problem about it is that the Germans aren't speaking in their native language, they did it with other films that took place in foreign countries like Pan's Labyrinth, so why can't The Boy in Striped Pajamas (please don't hate me for this)?
I geuss it's to appeal to us folks who can't understand German.

Cruise didn't speak german in Valkyrie.
 
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