This movie is recently released and I'm sure some movie fanatics have seen it here.
Warning: this question has spoilers.
Fury is a 2014 American war film set during World War II written and directed by David Ayer. The film stars Brad Pitt, Shia LaBeouf, Logan Lerman, Jon Bernthal, Michael Peña, Jason Isaacs, and Scott Eastwood
It is set during the last month of the European Theater of war during World War II in April 1945. A battle-hardened U.S. Army fight against Nazi Germany.
In the end of the movie, the tank "Fury", having Brad Pitt and his men (soldiers), hit a landmine in the middle of nowhere on Nazi territory (and got stuck); shortly afterwards, a German column of 300 German Waffen-SS infantry approaches.
Instead of escaping, Brad Pitt and his men, stay hidden in the Tank and plan an ambush on the Nazis. Outnumbered and outgunned, Brad Pitt and his men nevertheless inflict extremely heavy losses on the Germans using the tank's weapons. They almost kill them all using only the tank "Fury".
But eventually, one German sniper kills Brad Pitt and his men except one: Norman.
Norman escaped through the bottom hatch of the tank and he hid under it.
In the end, surprisingly, a young German Waffen-SS trooper finds Norman, smiles a bit, but does not turn him in, leaving him safe beneath the destroyed tank as the surviving German soldiers move on.
Why did he do that? What were the implications from this and is there any explanation for this behavior, because it doesn't make a lot of sense.