Another holocaust film? Hollywood has riddled us with dozens of these movies since the release of Schindler’s List back in 1993. Mark Herman’s The Boy in the Striped Pajamas is set apart due to the perspective in which we are placed throughout the film. We follow Bruno, an 8- year-old German boy whose father just happens to be a Nazi soldier in charge of a concentration camp. The narrative mostly unfolds through Bruno’s childlike perspective, but is that enough to make The Boy in the Stripped Pajamas interesting? It isn’t until Bruno meets a boy who lives in the concentration camp that we are given something special.