The Review ofThe Boy in the Striped Pajamas The film talks about the friendship between two eight-year-old boys during World War Ⅱ. One is Bruno, a Nazi commandant’s son.The other is a Jew,who is living in the Jewish concentration camp and always wearing a uniform like a striped pajama. On the one hand,the boys know nothing about the cruelty of the war. On the other hand,the Nazi attempt to destroy the Jewish people. The war is cruel. But the children are innocent. Though there is a barbed-wire fence between the two boys when they are chatting,there is no brutality or racial discrimination. I consider the excellent point is that the film is from a child’s perspective to view the war.Thus,it makes a tremendous contrast,which reveals the ugliness of the the Nazi’s atrocities. Besides,it engraves the cruelty of the war on people’s minds, calling for peace. Life is equal and each life should be respected.Doubtlessly the film is a tragedy. When seeing both of the lovely boys died in the end, I felt awfully depressed. However, the ending is quite reasonable for only when the Nazi commandant lost his son could he taste the agonies as the Jews did. Each life is precious and nobody has the right to deprive others’ lives. We need to respect each life and cherish peaceandstability.