Thank you Netflix!
Bruno: Here you see a schematic model I have made of how it looks inside Bruno. They are closing all the doors on him, and oh, so, politely. Now we’re in America and I thought everything would be better and we’d reach our goal. But no. Bruno’s getting pushed aside as if he didn’t exist. …
Eva: Nobody kicks you here.
Bruno: No, not physically. Here they do it spiritually.
Eva: What do you mean?
Bruno: In the reformatory it was just like here. If someone wet his bed, this was under the Nazis instead of hanging the sheet on the clothesline; they used to make the person who did it, stand holding it up like this all day and the teacher would stand behind him with a stick and boy, if his arms started getting tired from standing so long he got a beating. … They hurt you openly then. Today they do it differently. They don’t go like this, or like this (beating). They do it ever so politely, and with a smile. It’s much worse. You can smell it in the air, and you can see it, too. Who knows what fate will bring?