A movie story set during the Holocaust,The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas is both heart-warming and heartbreaking. It is a touching story of an odd friendship between two boys in horrendous circumstances and a reminder of man’s capacity for inhumanity. Bruno is a nine years old boy growing up in Berlin during World War ll. He lives in a five-storey house with servants, his mother and father and 12 years old sister, Gretel. His father wears a fancy uniform as he is a soldier. One day their family decide to move to a new home at a place called Out-With. As a consequence of this visit, Bruno’s father gets a new uniform, his title changes to commandment and, to Bruno’s chagrin When Bruno first gets there he is homesick missing his school, friends, his house and his grand parent. He complaints about everything in the new house such as small size of house and boring environment which is full of soldiers and there is no one to play with. However from his bedroom window, he notices a town of people dressed in striped pyjamas. When he asks his parent who those people are, but they did not really answer to him. He is forbidden to explore and meet the people who are waring pyjamas. But he cannot stands with his boredom, isolation and sheer curiosity. He eventually gets the area which on the other side of his house and see the Jewish boy Shmuel who is same age as Bruno. Almost every day, they meet at the same spot and talk. At the end, for a variety of reasons, Bruno decides to climb under the fence and explore Shmuel’s world. It is an impressive film that expels immatureness of adults and unacceptable living environment in Jewish camp. From Bruno father’s attitude in the dinner time which treat Jewish servant as a bug, we can realize how people can be wicked.