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Michael Berg (Character)
from The Reader (2008)

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The Reader -- Post-WWII Germany: Nearly a decade after his affair with an older woman came to a mysterious end, a law student re-encounters his former lover (Winslet) as she testifies in a war-crimes trial.
The Reader -- Actor David Kross gives his thoughts about the importance of learning about the holocaust for young people at the 2009 Berlin Film Festival.
The Reader -- Press conference with the cast of The Reader during the 2009 Berlin Film Festival.
The Reader -- Director Stephen Daldry gives his thoughts about the number of movies about the holocaust and how The Reader fits in during the 2009 Berlin Film Festival.
The Reader -- Ralph Fiennes discusses the character, Michael Berg, he plays in the Reader as part of the 2009 Berlin Film Festival.

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Michael Berg is 15 years old when he develops Scarlet Fever and must stay in bed for months... See more »
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Young Michael Berg

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  1. The Reader (2008) Played by Ralph Fiennes / David Kross (as Young Michael Berg)

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From The Reader (2008)
Michael: [reading from "Lady Chatterley's Lover"]
Hanna Schmitz: This is disgusting. Where did you get this?
Michael: I borrowed it from someone at school.
Hanna Schmitz: Well, you should be ashamed.
[pauses]
Hanna Schmitz: Go on.
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