Schindler's List Movie Analysis

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The movie Schindler’s list is based on the story Schindler’s Ark, which the author was Thomas Keneally, who the one wrote more than 30 novels. Thomas was born in 1935 in Australia. He studied for priesthood from 1953 to 1960, and at the early 1960, he taught in high school in Sydney. He also served as a lecturer at the University of New England from 1968 to 1970. Thomas was also one of the most popular and prolific writers in Australia. He wrote the novel Schindler’s list and was published in October 1982. And in November 1993, the movie Schindler’s list was premiered, the director was Steven Spielberg, and the producers was Steven Spielberg, Gerald R. Molen,and Branko Lustig. The setting of Schindler’s list was during WWII, from 1939-1945…show more content…
For example, the story introduce Schindler was a womaniser, a heavy drinker, and enthusiastic black marketeer, an unrepentant capitalist who made his fortune in the war, and the members of the Nazi party. Itzhak Stern one of the characters that was describe exactly the same from the novel and the movie, he was described as the one who works with Schindler for saving the Jews, and also the one who changed Schindler. Schindler was also proved as a womaniser, one of the scene from the story is when schindler was put into jail after he kissed the Jewish girl in his birthday party. Schindler sets up a camp for the Jews and as the story went through the events, Schindler gets more sympathy to the Jews than to the…show more content…
The story teaches us about human nature and the capacity for great good and great evil among humankind. Especially when Schindler received the ring from the worker, he cried and say if he would have sacrificed more, he could’ve saved more people. But for the Jews, they were so thankful for what Schindler had done, even on the ring they gave him, has a phrase “He who saves one life saves the world entire.” This story “Schindler 's List” was based on real events that happened in the past, but comparing the novel and the movie, the movie would be a better choice to watch, it shown the society and the situation how the Jews felt during the
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