Schindler's List

Schindler's List

  • Director: Steven Spielberg
  • Writer: Steven Zaillian, Thomas Keneally
  • Countries of origin: United States
  • Language: English, Hebrew, German, Polish, Latin
  • Release date: February 4, 1994
  • Runtime: 3h 15min
  • Sound mix: DTS, DTS-Stereo
  • Also known as: La lista de Schindler
  • "Schindler's List" is a war film directed by Steven Allan Spielberg and starring Liam Neeson , Ben Kingsley , Ralph Fiennes , Embeth Davidtz, etc. The film was screened in Washington, USA on November 30, 1993, and officially released in the United States on December 15, 1993   .
    The film is adapted from the novel of the same name by the Australian novelist Thomas Kennelly. It tells the story of a German Schindler in Poland who hired more than 1,100 Jews to work in his factory during World War II to help them escape the massacre. The calamity   .
    In 1994, the film won 7 awards including Best Picture at the 66th Academy Awards   .


    • Release date February 4, 1994
    • Filming locations Auschwitz-Birkenau Concentration Camp, Oswiecim, Malopolskie, Poland
    • Production companies Universal Pictures, Amblin Entertainment

    Box office


    $22,000,000 (estimated)

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    • By Haylee 2022-04-24 07:01:01

      make way for life

      This movie is old, I did see it for the first time a year ago, thanks for the 60th anniversary of D-Day.
          I remember that at the commemoration of the liberation of the concentration camp, there was heavy snow with goose feathers, the sky and the earth had merged into a dull gray, and countless great men had merged with the snowflakes all over the sky. They lowered their once proud heads and observed a moment of silence for you. Under such a ceremony, the souls wandering in the barbed...

    • By Jaime 2022-04-24 07:01:01

      His charisma can conquer the universe!

      A black and white film showing a gray world where everyone's heart is gray, whether it's a hopeless Jewish future or a murderous Nazi party!

      Just for moving slowly at work, a Jew's life is instantly wiped out; just for not being screened out in medical exams, and female captives cheer like a holiday; just for not brushing the stains off the bathtub, a Jewish maid People were shot! The countless bright red blood shed by the gray life never awakened the humanity of the Nazi officers....

    • By Maia 2022-04-24 07:01:01

      black oppression

      Watching this movie again after a few years, it is still a heavy and suffocating sense of oppression.
      In this way, he sat silently in front of the black and white screen for more than three hours, but it was like being squeezed by someone's chest. Apart from witnessing and crying, he couldn't make any sound.

      I've always rejected films that depict war because I can't avoid the killing scenes. I can accept some kind of killing, but when the number of killings exceeds a certain...

    • By Brooke 2022-04-24 07:01:01

      Impressive memory

      I don't always like these War kind films, they are bloody and cruel, and a little chaos. But this one is different from others, it started my thinking of history and human's nature. I watched this film when I was just a junior student,our Chinese teacher recommended it to us.What impressed me most is the little girl in red.She was the only creature with color in this black and white film,she was so attractive and living that her death threw a strong strike to the audience. In addition to this,...

    • By Ines 2022-04-24 07:01:01


      What left the deepest impression on me was the look in the window of Oscar Schindler, played by Liam Neeson towards the end of the film, as he slowly drove away in the presence of his own factory workers. It was a look of pity. . There were still a little tears in the corners of his eyes, because of the remorse that "I could have done more" he said emotionally before, because of the proof letter and ring signed by all the workers when they parted, and because He knew it might be a goodbye...

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    • By Vickie 2022-09-29 01:15:20

      Ralph's aura really can't be explained by one or two movies. He can act affectionately in idol dramas, act in biopics with sullenness, and can become evil and...

    • By Jess 2022-09-14 05:33:39

      What is power? When a person commits a crime, the judge sentenced him to death according to law. This is not called power, this is called justice. And when a person also committed a crime, the emperor may or may not sentence him to death. So he was forgiven. That's called...

    • By Arely 2022-09-04 23:18:27

      If I could save some more, I could save a few more...

    • By Bartholome 2022-08-21 07:29:24

      To save a person is to save a...

    • By Dell 2022-04-24 07:01:01

      War is terrible. Fortunately, we live in an age of peace. Every time we save one person is to save the world. stone on...

    Movie plot

    German speculator Schindler ( played by Liam Nissen ) is a member of the Nazi Party. He is feminine, can enjoy, and is a well-known Nazi hardcore in the locality. He is good at using and connecting to get the most profit. In occupied Poland, Jews are the cheapest labor. Therefore, Schindler's factory only uses Jews. However, when these people get this job, they also get temporary security and are protected from slaughter as producers...
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    Filming tidbits

    Billy Wilder contributed the original script for the film.
    Martin Scorsese rejected the opportunity to direct the film in the 1980s. He believed that he could not do the job well like a Jewish director. Later, he agreed to use the film in exchange with Steven Spielberg to direct "Cape Terror".
    Spielberg wanted to give up the opportunity to direct to Roman Polanski. Because the theme was too personal, Roman Polanski, who had a childhood...
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    Piercing shots

    Coherence: When Schindler kissed a Jewish girl, he put his hands on her face. In the next shot, his hands were dropped from her shoulders.
    Coherence: When Schindler was looking for Isaac at the train station, before he was expelled, Schindler shouted his name at the train and walked away. At the same time, Stern replied, "He is in the train. ,gentlemen!". But in the next shot, Schindler walks to another train, while Stern is inside.

    Creative background

    In order to repay Schindler's life-saving grace, Podeck Pfeifferberg, who survived World War II, decided to spend his life telling the story of Schindler's saving the Jews. In 1963, Pfeifferberg tried to co-produce a biopic about Schindler with MGM, but failed in the end. In 1982, the Australian novelist Thomas Kennelly published the novel "Schindler's Ark" after meeting Pfeifferberg. American Music Company President Sid Schieenberg...
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    Shooting process

    The film was shot in Krakow, Poland on March 1, 1993, and it lasted 71 days. The scenes in the film were shot in real locations, only the Prasov concentration camp was rebuilt near the original site.
    Spielberg did not use the plot board, but adopted the method of documentary filming, and drew inspiration from "Twisted Cross" in 1956 and "Havoc" in 1985. Forty percent of the film was shot with a handheld camera. Spielberg gave up the use...
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    Evaluation action

    "Schindler's List" has a touching plot and a tragic vibe. The documentary-style shooting method with black and white photography as the main tone gives the film a real effect, touching and thought-provoking. The film language in the film is very well used. When showing the tragic experience of the Jews, there is a shot of red. In the scene of the stormtrooper slaughtering the Jews, the little girl in red forms an extremely strong...
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    Movie quotes

    • Amon Goeth: One of you is a very lucky girl. There is an opening for a job away from all this back-breaking work, in my new villa. Umm, which of you has domestic experience? Ja, on second thought, I don't really want someone else's maid. All those annoying habits I'd have to undo.

    • Oskar Schindler: I've been speaking to Goeth.

      Itzhak Stern: I know the destination. These are the evacuation orders, I'm to help arrange the shipments, put myself on the last train.

      Oskar Schindler: That's not what I was going to say. I made Goeth promise to put in a good word for you. Nothing bad is going to happen to you there, you'll receive special treatment.

      Itzhak Stern: The directives coming in from Berlin talk about "special treatment" more and more often. I'd like to think that's not what you mean.

      Oskar Schindler: Preferential treatment. All right? Do we have to create a new language?

      Itzhak Stern: I think so.

    • Oskar Schindler: I go to work the other day. Nobody's there. Nobody tells me about this, I have to find out. I have to go in... everybody's gone.

      Amon Goeth: No... no. They're not gone. They're here.

      Oskar Schindler: They're MINE! Every day that goes by I'm losing money, every worker that is shot cost's me money, I have to find somebody else, I have to train them.

      Amon Goeth: Don't be making so much money, none of this is going to matter.

      Oskar Schindler: It's bad business.