The Boy in the Sriped Pajamas
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Bruno Innocent confused
Shmuel Forgiving confused
In the beginning of the movie Bruno was lonely and wanted to go home, after meeting Shmuel he had a reason to stay. Through Bruno's relationship with Shmuel he is able to find out what is going on around him. At the end of the movie Bruno understands that this 'farm' is a prison and is no longer bored but instead scared.
Elsa Caring Regretful
Gretel at first is rather normal, she likes playing with dolls and ignores her brother. Then when the family moves she becomes obsessed with the propaganda. She throughs out her dolls and spends her time talking with lieutenant Kotler. At the end of the move she is shocked and confused.
Ralph Strict Dutiful
Shmuel was a very quiet shy boy afraid to speak for fear of punishment and not quiet understanding Bruno. As the movie progresses Shmuel builds a friend ship with Bruno and talks more often. At the end of the movie he trusts Bruno completely even after Bruno gets him in trouble.
Bruno's Grandpa Bruno's Grandma Nazi supporter Dislikes Nazi's
Elsa isn't ever very supportive of her husband, I think she knew something was up. She is against Hitler but doesn't say much against the actions he has done. Once Elsa finds out about the concentration camp and the burning of the Jews in it she is horrified and scared of the monster she married. I think that after Bruno's death she blames herself for not seeing sooner and not leaving.
At the beginning of the movie Ralph is trying to get his family to be happy with his decision. Then as his family becomes less and less proud and instead scared he becomes angry and strict. After Elsa finds out I think he started doubting why he did what he did even if it was small thoughts, then after Bruno's death by the look on his face you can tell he finally realizes what he has been doing.
Bruno's Grandparents didn't get much screen time but I was interested at how differently they thought. The Grandmother always seemed kind and pleasant yet strong in her beliefs. The Grandfather was always serious and dutiful, he always seemed to ignore or hide that his wife thought differently.
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