Talk about the film you like best

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What the film is aboutWhy you lượt thích it so muchWhat message the movie gives.

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This film is phối in communist East Germany, shortly before the fall of the Berlin Wall. At that time, the Stasi, the East German secret police, used khổng lồ spy on all kinds of people. The two main characters in the film are a playwright called Dreyman and a Stasi spy called Weisler, whose job it is to lớn keep Dreyman under 24 hour surveillance. Weisler is supposed lớn be reporting back to his superiors at the Stasi in order to lớn discredit the playwright. However, he develops a strong sympathy for the playwright and his girlfriend, & determines to protect them by not reporting anything significant.

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The scenes in the film where it cuts from the colourful & interesting lives of Dreyman & his friends to lớn the lonely attic where Weisler is sitting really show the contrast between the two men. The film is shot in such a way that it makes you believe you are also spying on Dreyman, it even made me feel a bit guilty!

I lượt thích this film because it has fascinating, 3-dimensional characters, and also the plot has plenty of twists. Right up until the over of the film, we are left guessing how it could possibly end. It is also very thought-provoking because it makes you wonder how many people working for the Stasi actually did protect the people they were spying on.

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As for the message it gives, I would say the main message is that we can find kindness and humanity in the most unexpected of places. The film makes us realise that nothing is ever black and white! The film also serves as a warning about the dangers of an oppressive, paranoid regime and is perhaps quite pertinent in this current age of mass surveillance.

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