Bruno and Shmuel become friends despite being on the opposite side of the fence and war. The wish in these two boys for friendship is much stronger that they even disregard the fence between them. They turn out to be very reliant on one another. This companionship will eventually lead to catastrophe.
The move by Bruno’s father to inquire from him how he managed to know the people in Striped Pajamas, Bruno argues that he saw them from the window. Brunos father prohibits him to go near the fence and tells him to play close to the house. Bruno does not understand why his father hates these people. In this film, we also meet hateful and violent soldier who comes to Bruno’s old sister.
Nevertheless, when he beats a prisoner who works in the house, we see his violent hatred of Jews. He also intimidates and threatens Bruno. The actions of the Bruno’s father and the Nazi soldiers display the theme of prejudice that runs all through the film. . The film “The Boy in the Striped Pajamas” explores the picture of a child’s innocence in a time of war. The common craving we all have for friendship and the fences; both figurative and literal that we must all find the way and make a