Burning piano in the ruins of war

Megane 2022-09-17 18:54:43

A speck of ashes of the times, falling on a person's head, is a mountain. —— Fang Fang

The persecution of everyone in World War II was huge. At the end of the film, in order to prevent the transportation of heavy water in Germany, the British chose to blow up ships full of innocent passengers. In the end, the United Kingdom intercepted 39 barrels of heavy water, but only 8 innocent people were lucky to survive, and everyone else died. It seemed that Britain had won Operation Heavy Water with the least sacrifice, but it also exposed the brutality of the war.

At the end of the film, Heisenberg plays the burning piano in the ruins of the war, which can be said to be the most beautiful scene in this TV series. Recall that in the first episode Heisenberg and his wife were happy at home with four hands, but now it has long been different. Whether Heisenberg's smile after saying that a key step in the development of the atomic bomb was wrong due to a miscalculation in the early stage, whether it was helpless or intentional, we don't know. After watching the entire movie I'm more inclined to this mistake as a deliberate attempt by the science nerd. When Heisenberg saw with his own eyes the cruelty of the war, the persecution of the people by the Nazis, and the loss of countless innocent people's lives, especially in a bombing, his wife and children were almost killed, so he chose to give up the pursuit of the atomic bomb and the pursuit of noble science. pursuit.

Throughout World War II, although the heavy water war did not stir up too many waves, it played an important role in stopping the Nazis' crazy plans. Those who contributed and sacrificed in this war deserve our eternal memory.

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