Whether you love The if or hate it, you have to admit that there are some issues between the book and the film. While the movie certainly does not lack in any of the key components of the story, it does have some shortcomings. Among them are the lack of a food-stealing subplot, the nixing of a few key characters, and the cinematography of the film. These issues are not necessarily insurmountable, but they can make a difference in whether you enjoy or hate the film.
Cinematography is too beautiful
Despite being an acclaimed film, “The Book Thief” did not seem to be made for younger audiences. Although the film’s story was not directed at children, the cinematography and its widescreen play of light and shadow furthered the emotion of the film. However, it is not without some faults. Despite the film’s beautiful cinematography, it may not have been able to accurately capture the grueling conditions of Nazi Germany. Despite this, it was definitely a moving and personal experience for me. Despite these faults, “The Book Thief” is a movie that has stolen my heart. It will certainly remain a special memory for me and I highly recommend it to everyone. Regardless of age, “The Book Thief” will certainly move you to inexplicable levels of emotion.