In terms of examining the innocence of the children in the film, the innocence is very prevalent throughout, from Bruno being oblivious to his father being a Nazi commander and his home being on the outer edges of Auschwitz to Shmuel not understanding the severity of his situation of living inside a concentration camp.
After Bruno moves to the “countryside,” from his wonderful life in Berlin, he looks out the window of his new bedroom to see barbed wire fence with people in “striped pajama’s” behind it thinking it is some sort of farm. He shows his sister, Gretal, his discovery and she thinks maybe it is a farm or a rehearsal for some sort of performance.
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The relationship of children, for example, Bruno and Shmuel, can overcome stereotypes easier than adults, and become the best of friends. It allows questions to arise such as how can boundaries be overcome by the power of friendship and can the friendship survive despite stereotypical discrimination? Professionals have developed steps of overcoming prejudices and how it can affect those around them, either being positive or