The Book Thief Official Trailer #1 (2013) – Geoffrey Rush, Emily Watson Movie HD

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The Book Thief Official Trailer #1 (2013) – Geoffrey Rush, Emily Watson Movie HD

While subjected to the horrors of WWII Germany, young Liesel finds solace by stealing books and sharing them with others. Under the stairs in her home, a Jewish refuge is being sheltered by her adoptive parents.

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Stroudesty - says:

im watching this after reading the book and it quite frankly looks like a disgrace to everything and everyone I loved in that book

Alan Odonnel says:

I have no real family, friend's or a real home. And Ireland is the worst country in the world where I am from and I need to escape and be free.

Adam Fukunaga says:

Is it still narrated by Death?

Payal Bhuyan says:

i didn't imagine any of this in my head….

白川千秋 says:

映画「インビクタス」でマンデラさんが生きのびる糧とした詩「I am the captain of my soul.」とも共通するものを感じる。

Sheelagh Gerritsen says:

This movie is a little bit disappointing

Daria Bococi says:

I ve just finished the book like 3 min ago, i m writting this while crying

ÒwÓ ÙwÚ says:

I imagined her on the train hiding in one of the cars and wearing patchy clothing with holes in them and the fight between her and the boy more intense and I mean intense

bineozy says:

Thank u masters 🙏🙏🙏✡👽👽❤💜🎶💞💞🧜‍♀️🧞‍♀️👁🤳

WhyAmIHere xD says:

SPOILERS: * a story about hope…AND THEN THEY ALL DIE

antal roland says:

Reed the book…no see the movie

Guy Mullon says:

I Love the book and the movie is amazing. Good Job.

Sanskriti Sans says:

This movie appears much happy go lucky types while the book is much dark in my opinion. N Liesel Meminger was skinny in book bt this girl appears too good to be that malnourished Liesel. The looks doesn't much at all.

just a geek says:

When i read this great book, i always thought the places were more "darker" basement for example i always imagined a dark, cold and a dampy place. I just watched the movie and everything seems so colorful. The music, the characters, places. It is sad. And by the way Max looks so healthy in this movie. In the book he is weak and sick like hell.

TimelessVisionary -TheMageofTime- says:

This doesn't seem to get the spirit of the book much at all. It's not a story about adversity and fighting through it. if it was, Liesel would probably be doing something other than stealing books and something more important. The Narrator himself doesn't even care about most things in the story, let alone hope. So when a movie goes and tells you to feel hopeful I just feel… cheated.

Emily Levine says:

How could such a bad movie be made out of such a good book?
(I guess for the same reasons it's happened so many times in the past. Stupid Hollywood "feel-good" story.)

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