Every time we experience parting, we get older.

Brittany 2022-04-20 09:01:40

I watched this movie two days before Qingming, it was raining outside. The story begins with a death god starting the story, but you should understand that this is by no means a reunion story. The imagery from the very beginning was a train, and the imagery of the train to me was parting, past, nostalgic. From the death of the little girl's younger brother, she picked up a book, and finally the death of her adoptive parent Rudy, she picked up the book from the ruins, such an echo is really a bit blunt and criticized. But I think it should be the author who wants to express the theme of calm. Some people say that this is the theme of World War II, but it is better to say that it is a book that explores the attitude towards separation and death.
This movie is about parting from the beginning to the end, the mayor's wife, rudy's father, max and mother, Liesel and brother and mother, or Hans and rusa, Hans said to Liesel, you really grew up. I think every time we experience parting, we get older. Aside from being calm, the most comforting thing is probably to remember Christmas night. The one who moved me or everyone should be rudy. The moment when the most beautiful scene parted was not the kiss me scene, but the good night bookthief and good night fish.
What can be seen is that the script is not deviated from the technical writing, including the title of the subject bookthief is somewhat far-fetched. There is not a very full image, and in the end, it is used to bury everything to teach people to cherish and be peaceful.

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Extended Reading
  • Rubye 2022-03-27 09:01:05

    Read more and you won't die

  • Felipe 2022-04-24 07:01:05

    The story is very touching, love, books, music. (T_T) The colors are beautiful and the soundtrack is okay. In addition, the use of the word "thief" is really inappropriate. . . want to read.

The Book Thief quotes

  • Max Vandenburg: So... How is Rudy?

    Liesel Meminger: I don't know. Rudy is a pain in the neck.

    Max Vandenburg: The only thing worse than a boy you hate, is a boy you like, right?

  • Rudy Steiner: Are you coming?

    Liesel Meminger: Where are you going to?

    Rudy Steiner: Isn't it obvious? I'm running away.

    Liesel Meminger: Have you thought this through?

    Rudy Steiner: Ya. I don't want to die. There - all thought through.