Give the movie "The Book Thief" a like

Kailyn 2022-04-21 09:01:54

It's been a long time since I saw a movie that made me feel so strong and emotional. The article begins with a Communist who prevented his children from being persecuted and sent his daughter to a kind family as an adopted daughter. Germany at this time was the time when the Nazis were persecuting the Communist Party and Jews, and Max in the film was a Jew. He fled to the house of Liesel's adoptive parents, who regarded his father as a benefactor.
The film has designed several main lines, and several main lines intersect with each other, and the storyline is rich and orderly. Roughly: the first main line is the development of Lissel and books, and the second is Lissel's emotional line, that is, her relationship with Rudy and Max. The third is her relationship with her adoptive parents and the officer's wife. The background of these main lines is Germany during World War II. The criticism of the Nazis in the film is not directly highlighted, but through the words and deeds of Lisser's classmates, the burning of books by the Nazis, the revenge of the Nazi soldiers on their adoptive fathers, and the kind of ordinary people who are being punished. The three-dimensional reactions of different aspects, such as the situation of the Nazi spirit kidnapping but helpless, etc.
Liesel picked up a book when her younger brother died, and has since formed an indissoluble bond with books and words. Holding the book in her hand gave Liesel an inexplicable favor. Even after the Nazis burned the book, she could take the risk. At risk of his life, he picks up a book that hasn't been burned without hesitation. From her adoptive father enlightening her to read, to the officer's wife offering her to read more books, to Marx guiding her to describe the scenery in words, to her stealing books to read to the dying Marx, and finally encouraging the townspeople in the air-raid shelter . This first main line in the film firmly grasps Liesel's indissoluble bond with books.
The intersection of the first main line and the second main line is mainly after Liesel met Max, and they exchanged books and words. She used her own unique language to describe the outside scenery. The director used such a plot to subtly reflect the original intention of human beings to use words and language. After Max was critically ill, Liesel kept reading to him. In order to read a lot of books, she risked going to the officer's wife to steal books to read. A miracle happened and Max woke up. Words and language make people's cognition of things both concrete and brilliant. Language and writing both originate from the human brain and impact it, giving birth to miracles and treasures one after another. The appearance of the neighbor Rudy adds a common love factor to the plot. Although he was enlightened in his youth, it is so sincere and worthy of praise. Rudy is a simple and enthusiastic boy. He loves Liesel and uses his The way protects Liesel, and she showed it vividly in the process of desperately searching for books in the river. During the air raid on their town by the Allied forces, Rudy passed away, and Liesel also expressed her righteousness in her way. The boy's feelings.
The chattering and mean-spirited adoptive mother really bothered Liesel for a while, but her adoptive father's love for her made her very happy. In the film, her relationship with her adoptive father is as good as ever, and her relationship with her adoptive mother gradually moves from parallel to intersection. Although her adoptive mother is mean, she is a kind person. The more you get to the end, the more profound this feeling becomes. The intersection of the first and the third main line is the officer's wife. A kind Nazi officer's wife, from the moment she found Liesel picking up the unburned book, she developed a good impression and admiration for this little girl. While Liesel delivered her laundry to her home, she showed Liesel the family's books, which were not banned until her husband found out. In the final air raid, the adoptive parents left Liesel forever, until they met the officer's wife in the ruins, and Liesel hugged her tightly...

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  • Elroy 2021-11-27 08:01:17

    A bunch of Germans, reading English books, I won't talk about you in English. Everyone is European, so what are you talking about soccer? . .

  • Jeanette 2021-11-27 08:01:17

    The movie has some shortcomings, but some places touched me

The Book Thief quotes

  • Max Vandenburg: Tell me, where do you get these words?

    Liesel Meminger: It's a secret.

    Max Vandenburg: Who would I tell?

  • Liesel Meminger: Franz Deutscher doesn't sound very smart.

    Rudy Steiner: He's the dumbest kid in school. But he shaves.