She protects Pavel from the repercussion that would have arisen if the commander realized that he cleaned the son’s wound. She defies authority and treats the Jews with compassion.
She fails to react when she sees the concentration camps through the window with his brother. For her, as long as there is peace in her environment she can relate to everyone regardless of their personality. She has a crush on Kotler without questioning his actions.
She doubts the work that the son does and discredits the idea that wearing a new uniform suggests that on does good. Somehow, she is sensitive to all the evils happening in the environment and cares about the