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Thursday, January 31, 2013

The Boy in the Stripped Pajamas

"Lines may divide us, but hope will unite us"
This is one of my favorite movie, based on the novel of the same name by John Boyne, set during World War II/Holocaust and explore the horror of Nazi extermination camp. The story begin with a perfect family life until the SS-Obersturmbannführer, Ralf and his family move from Berlin to the countryside, Poland after Ralf is promoted to commandant of a Nazi concentration camp. Ralf’s son, 8 year old, Bruno, face that he don’t have friend in the new place, starting to sneaking out and trekking through the woods to an isolated and met a boy who’s wear stripped pajamas, Shmuel, a Jewish boy. Bruno and Shmuel finally became a good friend which is forbidden during the holocaust. At the end, they booth die at gas chamber, holding hand each other, it was very touching, you should watch it by yourself.

Holocaust movies and its history always attract me, I always wondering how that thing could happen, a dark history of human life. I've been to one of the concentration camp at Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site in Münich last July 2012 and that’s struck me, trying to imagine what’s happen there during the holocaust, I think I won’t go back there again.

January 30, 2013 denote as eight decades since Hitler was appointed chancellor on January 30, 1933 by the president Paul von Hindenburg. Just days ahead of the 80th anniversary of Adolf Hitler's takeover of power, Angela Merkel, the German chancellor said on Saturday, January 26 :  We must clearly say, generation after generation, and say it again: with courage, civil courage, each individual can help ensure that racism and anti-Semitism have no chanceYES, WE MUST! No matter what our race, we are God’s handiwork.