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  • The boy named Solek, finds his way to an orphanage when later the Germans attacked that location as well and eventually accost him where he tells the Germans that he is one of them, they believe him and make good use of his translation skills when he turned over Stalin's son to the Germans

    • by Jermaine McKenzie
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      This movie centers around a Jewish boy in the days where Germany started their campaign against Poland and the Soviet Union, he and his family get separated when them flee from the home and tried to get to safety. The boy named Solek, finds his way to an orphanage when later the Germans

      attacked that location as well and eventually accost him where he tells the Germans that he is one of them, they believe him and make good use of his translation skills when he turned over Stalin’s son to the Germans. After he accidentally captures a group of Soviets he is praised as a ...

      • war hero and is given the right to go to Hitler’s youth camp to receive special training. While on the train to the youth camp, the woman escorting him makes sexual advances to the young boy where they ended up having sexual intercourse on the train. The unraveling of the lies that he
        told to get so far without being executed is a tale that you are going to have to be prepared to watch, in addition, this movie I saw has sub titles so be prepared also to not only watch the movie but the read the English translations at the bottom of the screen. Happy viewing!




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