The opening scenes to The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas, as we see Bruno and friends running through the streets of Berlin. This is a key scene for GCSE Film Studies Paper 2 and has been uploaded for educational purposes only.
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1. What is this in the background? (00:00:40)
2. Where do you think this video is based? What clues made you decide this? (00:01:03)
3. using clues from the video, what kind of family do you think lives here? Are they rich or poor? Why do you think this? (00:01:24)
4. What do you think the boys are pretending to be? (00:02:04)
5. The boys are pretending to be aeroplanes, why do you think they might be doing this? (00:02:05)
6. What do you think is happening here? (00:02:42)
7. How is this place different to the house we have seen at the beginning of the video? Who do you think lives here? And why? (00:02:53)
8. What do you think Bruno is thinking? (00:03:38)
9. How do you think Bruno is feeling, knowing that he is going to leave his home? (00:04:01)
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