"Schindler's List" Review

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    "Schindler's List" Review

    Post by Persephone on Mon 23 Feb 2009, 22:18

    A Universal release of an Amblin Entertainment production. Produced by Steven Spielberg, Gerald R. Molen, Branko Lustig. Executive producer, Kathleen Kennedy. Co-producer, Lew Rywin. Directed by Spielberg. Screenplay, Steven Zaillian, based on the novel by Thomas Keneally. Reviewed at Universal Studios, Universal City, Nov. 18, 1993.

    Oskar Schindler - Liam Neeson
    Itzhak Stern - Ben Kingsley
    Amon Goeth - Ralph Fiennes
    Emilie Schindler - Caroline Goodall
    Poldek Pfefferberg - Jonathan Sagalle
    Helen Hirsch - Embeth Davidtz

    After several attempts at making a fully realized, mature film, Steven Spielberg has finally put it all together in "Schindler's List." A remarkable work by any standard, this searing historical and biographical drama, about a Nazi industrialist who saved some 1,100 Jews from certain death in the concentration camps, evinces an artistic rigor and unsentimental intelligence unlike anything the world's most successful filmmaker has demonstrated before. Marked by a brilliant screenplay, exceptionally supple technique, three staggeringly good lead performances and an attitude toward the traumatic subject matter that is both passionately felt and impressively restrained, this is the film to win over Spielberg skeptics.


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    Re: "Schindler's List" Review

    Post by Persephone on Mon 23 Feb 2009, 22:18

    What do you think about this movie?


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    Re: "Schindler's List" Review

    Post by Guest on Fri 06 Mar 2009, 01:23

    i couldnt watch it .........history is written and rewritten by the winners in any conflict so any portrayal in any film of this kind cannot be the whole truth.....having said that im not saying it didnt happen like that what i am saying is that it should be classed as enternainment with historical signicance rather than a historical document.
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    Re: "Schindler's List" Review

    Post by Angelic on Sun 08 Mar 2009, 20:34

    Excellent film....great performance...great directing... Thumbs up


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    Re: "Schindler's List" Review

    Post by Sera_6969 on Sat 14 Mar 2009, 19:40

    Read the book, not seen the film. Shocked
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    Re: "Schindler's List" Review

    Post by keef on Thu 04 Jun 2009, 07:58

    a beautiful moving picture my all time favorites makes u feel inspired every time i watch it

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