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Schindler's List

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Steven Spielberg's multi-Oscar-winning drama, based on the novel by Thomas KeneaIly, starring Liam Neeson, Ben Kingsley, Ralph Fiennes
In 1939, Austrian businessman Oskar Schindler, a Gentile, comes to Krakow with the idea of getting rich quickly by using cheap Jewish labour in his factory supplying the German war effort. As persecution of Jews spreads throughout Europe, Schindler, although a close associate of SS officers, finds it worth his while to protect his workers from the escalating evil around him.
This screening is followed by an interview with director Steven Spielberg and a profile of Schindler the hero.
(1993, 15) Black and white and colour
See Films: pp 68-ۥ79 ***** Production on an epic scale: page 63

Contributors

Director: Steven Spielberg
Novel By: Thomas Keneally
Director: Steven Spielberg
Oskar Schindler: Liam Neeson
Itzhak Stern: Ben Kingsley
Amon Goeth: Ralph Fiennes
Emilie Schindler: Caroline Goodall
Poldek Pfefferberg: Jonathan Sagalle
Helen Hirsch: Embeth Davidtz
Julian Schemer: Andrzej Seweryn
Albert Hujar: Norbert Weisser

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