Schindler's List

Schindler's List (1993)

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Everyone gets sent to Schindler's hometown to work at his factory - the women are sent to Auchwitz accidentally but are returned to Schindler eventually. The workers make a gold ring for him engraved with a Hebrew proverb. Schindler breaks down in tears as he and his wife flee the factory. A few days later the Red Army liberates the workers. Goeth is eventually found in Austria and hanged for war crimes. The final scene shows a group of people in the distance walking towards the camera. As they get closer, they each lay a stone on a grave, and we realize these are the *actual* Schindler Jews accompanied by the actors who either portrayed them or their relatives.

Nikki Williams

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Quotes

Oskar Schindler: Power is when we have every justification to kill, and we don't.
Amon Goeth: You think that's power?
Oskar Schindler: That's what the Emperor said. A man steals something, he's brought in before the Emperor, he throws himself down on the ground. He begs for his life, he knows he's going to die. And the Emperor... Pardons him. This worthless man, he lets him go.
Amon Goeth: I think you are drunk.
Oskar Schindler: That's power, Amon. That is power.

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Mistakes

When the camera took a shot on a train coming to a station in Czechoslovakia, you can see electric cables above the train tracks. There was no such thing in Czechoslovakia as electrified trains in the 1940's. The electrification started in the 1950's.

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Trivia

This movie took in only $3 million on its opening weekend, but went on to earn more than $320 million world-wide.

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