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Drama, Biography, History, War
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Steven Spielberg
Liam Neeson as Oskar Schindler
Ben Kingsley as Itzhak Stern
Ralph Fiennes as Amon Goeth
Caroline Goodall as Emilie Schindler
Jonathan Sagall as Poldek Pfefferberg (as Jonathan Sagalle)
Embeth Davidtz as Helen Hirsch
Malgoscha Gebel as Wiktoria Klonowska
Shmuel Levy as Wilek Chilowicz (as Shmulik Levy)
Mark Ivanir as Marcel Goldberg
Andrzej Seweryn as Julian Scherner
Friedrich von Thun as Rolf Czurda
Krzysztof Luft as Herman Toffel
Harry Nehring as Leo John
Storyline: Oskar Schindler is a vainglorious and greedy German businessman who becomes an unlikely humanitarian amid the barbaric Nazi reign when he feels compelled to turn his factory into a refuge for Jews. Based on the true story of Oskar Schindler who managed to save about 1100 Jews from being gassed at the Auschwitz concentration camp, it is a testament for the good in all of us.
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on Schindler's List (1993)] is a 3hrs15mins film which i tought was long but for historical purposes is just about right as its a Biography, Drama, History directed Steven Spielberg and is rated in the top 5 at the moment it went on to win 7 Oscars out of 9 with Spielberg winning his first Best Picture Steven Spielberg Gerald R. Molen Branko Lustig Best Director Steven Spielberg Best Writing, Screenplay Based on Material Previously Produced or Published Steven Zaillian Best Cinematography Janusz Kaminski Best Art Direction-Set Decoration Allan Starski Ewa Braun Best Film Editing Michael Kahn Best Music, Original Score John Williams Liam Neeson ... played a very dedicated role for his Oscar nominated role which he didn't win but should have but for Oskar Schindlerbut Ralph Fiennes who played this his character to a tee who creep lily got under everyone skin playing ... Amon Goeth who was the camp general who didn't give a s**t and shot Jews for fun got under my skin . Ben Kingsley ... Itzhak Stern Ralph Fiennes ... Amon Goeth / Caroline Goodall ... Emilie Schindler / Jonathan Sagall ... Poldek Pfefferberg (as Jonathan Sagalle) Embeth Davidtz ... Helen Hirsch Schindler is a vainglorious and greedy German businessman who becomes an unlikely humanitarian amid the barbaric German Nazi reign when he feels compelled to turn his factory into a refuge for Jews. Based on the true story of Oskar Schindler who managed to save about 1100 Jews from being gassed at the Auschwitz concentration camp, it is a testament to the good in all of us he bribed the Germans into giving him people to work in his factory in which they were supposed to make arms but keep them alive Whoever saves one life, saves the world entire.Yes, both were very real. The Plaszów labor camp was located in a southern suburb of Kraków and was presided over by the real Amon Göth. Under Göth's command, many thousands of Jews were killed there, it is documented that Göth was every bit as cruel and psychotic as the film depicts him. Schindler's factory, Deutsche Emailewaren-Fabrik, also existed in the Kraków city limits. Schindler's efforts to bring Jewish prisoners to work in his factory are also documented. There's an old saying; "You have to spend money to make money.". Schindler was schmoozing with the local Nazi & SS officers to build a customer and contact base. He'd already made plans to open the Emailwarenfabrik factory & supply the German army with cookware but he needed to find the right people to sell his product to, IE, all the officers that frequented the restaurant. You can see him working up the chain of officers that come into the place. Schindler (at least in the film) is presented as not only very charming but also very cultured -- he orders appetizers & entrees that appear to be crowd-pleasing & converses with the Maitre'd about the right wine for his guests. At the end of the scene we see him having a drink with Oberführer Julian Scherner, who is the highest ranking officer that enters the place -- his rank is that of a senior colonel. If Schindler is able to, at the very least, strike up a friendship with this man, then Scherner will be likely to throw business Schindler's way through the other officers under his command. Schindler's strategy pays off well; he picks up a lot of business & begins making a lot of money.

Schindler wasn't completely broke when he arrived in Krakow. You can see, while he picks out his outfit for the evening, that he has lots of Polish zlotys stashed in various places. Schindler is also a very shrewd businessman, as we see throughout the course of the film. He'd be the type of person to know how to stretch his money during dinner to accommodate his guests, however he did lavish on them quite a lot to gain their trust and friendship. Also, the restaurant management might also have, later in the evening, recognized Oskar to be a trustworthy customer and may have let him run a tab for his dinner expenses. Schindler could have easily paid them back later with a budget of$22,000,000 (estimated) it made a lot of money in in America $96,067,179 Steven Spielberg makes one of (if not the one) his greatest movies of all time. Liam Neeson gives a great performance as Schindler and the whole film is just powerful, amazing and sad but it doesn't matter because the movie is so good. Ralph Fiennes makes an even better performance as Goeth, a man who made everyone stare into the screen with anger and sadness and that is just what a movie is supposed to do-make you feel sad, happy, angry or effect you in some way. I read that someone thought it was overrated and bad, but I think it's a classic and it'll never go away. So if you want to see one of the greatest historical films ever made, then go buy Schindler's List.
portrait of evil
maybe, not the best movie about Shoah. but the most useful. because it reminds the small details who are bricks of normality. and it does that in a wise manner. far to be one of fans of film, it seems be a real high good job. but it presents , in beautiful manner, a side of tragedy. a not large part of a phenomenon who shows its fruits but not its deep roots. a duty of Spielberg to his people, a remarkable photography and a touching story, it is a must see not for the story, artistic virtues, memorable scenes, splendid performances but for not ignore the evil. because it is not a film about Jews or a courageous man who saves innocent people , not about war but about the science to be yourself in dark periods. a film who must see. for reflection. for not ignore. the past. the vulnerability of society face to evil.
Tragic but amazing movie
I have read the book of this movie and believe Spielberg's adaption (although it does deviate slightly) is very true to the purpose of that book.

I first saw this in the cinema and some parts of it were very confronting (as they rightly should be) and were hard to watch.

The score is still one of my all time favourites, just heart wrenching. Still makes me cry when I hear it.

Liam Neeson is amazing as is Ben Kingsley.

The cinematography is great and I am so glad they stuck to black and white. The little girl in red was beautiful and is a key feature in the book too.

Hard to watch in places but a great movie.
All I Can Say "Masterpiece"
*Story: Schindler is a German businessman and when the Holocaust starts to begin he decides to have Jews come work for him which will help them stay out of the concentration camps. As long as the Jews stay out of those camps Schindler makes money.

*Review: Schindler's List is probably one of the best movies that I have ever seen and ever made. What's really good about this movie is the acting. Liam Neeson proves that he can act and he should have won a Oscar for his performance as Oskar Schindler. Ralph Fiennes also gives a great performance and should have won a Oscar for his performance as Amon Goeth but since the academy doesn't give awards to actors that play as bad people is dumb. What I really liked about this movie is how the whole movie is shot in black and white it just makes the movie even better. While your watching this movie you feel really emotional inside. Everything about this movie is just perfect from the acting, cinematography, musical score, writing, and directing. This movie is intense, emotional, and apiece of art. In one word I can describe this movie "MASTERPIECE". This is probably one of Spielberg's best movies he has directed. Schindler's List is a movie that everyone should see once in their life.

"This list... is an absolute good. The list is life. All around its margins lies the gulf". - Itzhak Stern
One of the greatest movies
Schindler's List is one of Spielberg's finest works. He captures the horror of of the Holocaust the way no one else had before him and after. The decision to shoot the movie in black-white made it even more emotional and made if feel like it was actually shot during the dark times of the war. On top of all that is John Williams score. Theme from Schindler's List is one of the most recognized contemporary film scores, particularly the violin solo, of all time. The score itself adds a layer of emotion and acts like a character in the movie.

The acting is phenomenal, Liam Neeson, Ralph Fiennes and Ben Kingsley all give their best performances of their careers (especially Neeson)They transform into their characters making you forget who they really are.

This movie is one of the few movies to win best picture that deserved it and still today lives up to its prestige. This is why Steven Spielberg is one of the greatest movie directors the film industry has ever seen.
Good, but overrated.
Visually, this film is fantastic. It is very well directed, and easily deserved the acclaim for its cinematography and its direction. However, beyond that, there is really nothing spectacular.

If I'm being honest, this film felt kind of desperate to me. I watched it feeling as if I was watching a film designed to win Oscars and to cash in on a tragic event like this, and I think the fact that it's in English as opposed to Polish and German (which would be more authentic) prove this. Spielberg has made a very commercial film, and I feel like it loses a lot of its power due to this. I feel like The Pianist, by contrast, is more real, it feels very raw and fresh, whereas this almost felt gimmicky. I felt like it was trying too hard, and got lost.

Finally, Liam Neeson really ruined this film. His acting was laughable, it was actually embarrassing seeing him fluctuate between an Irish and 'German' accent. Ralph Fiennes was great as always, but Neeson was a joke.

This is a pretty good film, it's not bad, but it's certainly not worthy of a place in the top 100, let alone top 10.
A bit long
However long this movie is, it remains one of the most emotional movies i have ever seen! It has a depth and elegance todays cinematic experience does not give any viewer. For this and the history lesson i am always and for ever in debt! I hope someone else will find it as enjoyable as i did despite the total movie time. My totally nerdy brain had a field day with all the scenery and perfectly depicted emotions these actors give. You will never ever truly understand hopelessness until you have watched this. However DO NOT watch with anyone under the age of fifteen, it is very graphic and vile in some parts. I would be scared if I watched it in a younger age.
The movie is one of the fewer biography movies that I have recommended to others.

The portray of each and every character is spectacular. Liam Neeson's acting was no less than a pure portrayal of shear reality. He depicted each and emotion with all its perfection. From an unconcerned person to a emotional being with so much humanity is the real transformation showed by him. The difference between what you can do and what you should do is the best thing shown the movie. Though a biography still all the additional factual details are also so minute that you can not differentiate.

Spielberg is a gem of cinema.
A pure masterpiece
Schindler's List is not only a pure masterpiece but, for me, it is one of the greatest films ever made in the world.

The film starts off to reveal a womanizing, Nazi business man who profited off of slave labor. The Nazi business man is of course Oskar Schindler. Oskar is just like most men. He has a love for good wine, beautiful women, and pursues happiness through the success of his business. But on his journey to a successful business, millions of Jews were being killed during a time which most label as one of the darkest periods of human history. As Oskar made money, innocent people were being murdered. That's when the self-centered, often money hungry Oskar steps in and gives up his goal of having a successful business to save the lives of over 1,000 Jews.

This film is about redemption and was beautifully photographed in black and white by Janusz Kaminski (cinematographer). At the helm is no one other than Steven Spielberg, who brilliantly called non-pretentious shots and brought back to life a time and period most want to forget, but shouldn't. This film is a must see by me. I give the film an "A+" (wishing I could give it a higher grade than that) and a 10 out of 10...
Only a true cynic will mistake this for sentimentalist crap
Schindler's list to this day stands out for being one of the most impressive movies made about the Holocaust.

Spielberg went the extra mile in every aspect of this movie. Superior cinematography, lots of historical references (which, although not always completely accurate, give a good sense of what the holocaust was like for the Jews), brilliant actors, brilliant score, amazing screenplay.

People have criticized it for being too sentimental, and I can understand their problems with that, but I can't agree with them. The subject matter is still one of the darkest periods in living history.

Now we have a film like "Der Untergang" which shows the story from inside the Nazi high command at the end of the war, and that movie is even more haunting than this one. It doesn't focus however on the victimization of the entire Jewish community, and therefore does not have to deal with the emotional burdens of the people who had to live through these conditions.

Another point is that if you want to show the holocaust in a drama film, you have to think of your audience as well. Although many people still know what it was like, there are also large groups of people who haven't got a clue about the war. They heard the figure, 6 million Jews killed in concentration camps, but know nothing about the ghettos, the slave labour, the slow descent from being deprived of the right to have certain jobs, to being murdered just because you are a Jew.

Schindler's list makes this history accessible to the masses. Spielberg does this expertly, by balancing the sentimental with the downright cynical and horrific.

Where a film like Der Untergang focuses more on the human weaknesses of the Nazis, this film poses the Nazis outright as the pure evil that Jews had to deal with in the war. This is a very different approach, that can be classed as a more conventional narrative. Good versus Evil. Oskar Schindler stands alone as the "good German". In reality there were others like him of course, but in the reality the protagonists of this movie faced, those "others" played no part, so it is not necessary for the movie to work to emphasize this.

What more can be said? Well a criticism has also been that the Jews are being portrayed as little more than meek victims, and that no heroism from them is shown. Unfortunately the war didn't offer many heroic opportunities for the Jewish people. There are exceptions to this rule, but most of them suffered without hope, without a chance to fight back. You can look for the exceptions, and criticize Spielberg for not showing that side. Would that be fair on history? Maybe, but let's face it, the exceptions were far and few between, through no fault of the Jews themselves, but because the Nazis had such a firm grip on the Third Reich that a deed of defiance by one hero, could cost the lives of many bystanders who had nothing to do with it. Most Jews simply had to bear every degrading action undertaken against them, and there was nothing they could do about it.

All in all you have to be quite cynical not to be impressed by this movie. It is just too powerful for that. Yes, in the end much is made of making Schindler into a true hero, especially the scene before he flees, where he cries that he could have saved more. Some people hate this scene, and think it schmaltzy, over-sentimental, sanctimoneous crap. I think that it is a great scene, although this scene is very Hollywood, and most probably not an accurate portrayal of the way Schindler fled the factory. But it ends the development of his character, as he finally realises the mistakes he made. He therefore goes from being a cynical crook at the start of the movie, to a man who reluctantly saved people, to a man who enjoys his role as saviour, to finally coming to terms with what he did, and what more he could have done, if he hadn't been busy showing off.

This movie is a true classic. If you can watch it without shedding a tear, please check your heart's temperature, because it probably is frozen solid.
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