Analysis Of Steven Spielberg Film Schindler's List

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The Holocaust is undoubtedly one of the most tragic events in human history. Occuring during the WWII, the Holocaust resulted in the death of approximately 6 million Jewish people. The sole way to educate ourselves is through mediums like, film, novels, artifacts, letters, and survivors. In most cases of which the Holocaust is presented, the source does not fully orchestrate and deliver the repercussions, leaving the audience to interpret and grasp the concepts mentally. Human imagination struggles to comprehend the nefarious acts that occurred in concentration camps, where humanity is challenged by a darkness truly evil. The mere thought of such a large impact and amount of deaths is difficult to imagine and are some of the reasons why this experience and crisis has to be voiced and taught by survivors and primary resources.…show more content…
The film follows the story of Oskar Schindler and his Jewish workers in the Schindler factory. Jewish families are seen throughout the film and their development and progression into the camps. Every scene concerns at least one Schindlerjuden family and their ghettoization, isolation, grown hatred, transportation to camps, and life at camps.Schindler’s List is mostly accurate in its portrayal, staying true to the historical references, however like most Hollywood movies, this is not to be expected as a carbon copy of what happened, but rather sugarcoat the events and bring light to the growth and development of Oskar Schindler as a character and saviour. It follows a simple story managing to keep the audience interested in a smaller part of the overall
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