Rückkehr ins Kino: "Schindlers Liste". 25 Jahre nach dem Kinostart kommt Steven Spielbergs Film über Oskar Schindler und die Rettung von. s/w Schindlers Liste schildert einprägsam die wahre Geschichte des Oskar Schindler, Mitglied der NSDAP, Frauenheld und Kriegsgewinner, der das Leben von. Schindlers Liste (Originaltitel: Schindler's List) ist ein US-amerikanischer Spielfilm von , den Steven Spielberg inszeniert und koproduziert hat. Auf wahren.
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Crazy Credits The theatrical version juxtaposed images from the film of the actors portraying certain identified "Schindler Jews" as each actual person placed a stone on Schindler's grave.
The VHS version does not use this device, showing only the actual persons, credited by name. Alternate Versions In an unprecedented move, when this film was broadcast on US television by NBC in , it was, at Steven Spielberg 's insistence, shown nearly uncensored a sex scene was slightly edited with all violence and nudity intact.
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Clear your history. Oskar Schindler. Itzhak Stern. Emilie Schindler. Poldek Pfefferberg as Jonathan Sagalle. Helen Hirsch.
Wiktoria Klonowska as Malgoscha Gebel. Wilek Chilowicz as Shmulik Levy. Marcel Goldberg. Ingrid as Beatrice Macola. Julian Scherner.
Black Marketeer Radoslaw Krzyzowski Black Marketeer Jacek Lenczowski Black Marketeer Hanna Kossowska Ghetto Doctor Maja Ostaszewska Frantic Woman Sebastian Skalski Stable Boy Ryszard Radwanski Pankiewicz Piotr Kadlcik Man in Pharmacy Lech Niebielski NCO Plaszow as Bartek Niebielski Thomas Morris Grun Sebastian Konrad Engineer Man Lidia Wyrobiec-Bank Clara Sternberg Ravit Ferera Maria Mischel Agnieszka Korzeniowska Ghetto Girl Dominika Bednarczyk Ghetto Girl Alicja Kubaszewska Ghetto Girl Danny Marcu Ghetto Man Hans Rosner Ghetto Man Edward Linde-Lubaszenko Brinnlitz Priest as Edward Linde Lubaszenko Alexander Strobele Montelupich Prisoner Georges Kern Depot Master as Goerges Kern Alexander Buczolich Plaszow SS Guard Michael Schiller Plaszow SS Guard Götz Otto Plaszow SS Guard as Goetz Otto Wolfgang Seidenberg Plaszow SS Guard Hubert Kramar Plaszow SS Guard as Hubert Kramer Razia Israeli Plaszow Jewish Girl Dorit Seadia Plaszow Jewish Girl as Dorit Ady Seadia Esti Yerushalmi Plaszow Jewish Girl Rest of cast listed alphabetically: Marta Bizon Dancer uncredited Blythe Daniel Young Woman uncredited Janek Dresner Self - Schindler Mourner uncredited Ryszard Horowitz Self - Schindler Mourner uncredited Maciej Kowalewski Boy uncredited Kamil Krawiec Little Jewish Boy uncredited Zuzanna Lipiec Woman uncredited Maria Peszek Young Worker uncredited Leopold Pfefferberg Self - Schindler Mourner uncredited Leopold Rosner Self - Schindler Mourner uncredited Emilie Schindler Self - Schindler Mourner uncredited Katarzyna Smiechowicz German Girl uncredited Ben Talar Jewish Boy uncredited Katarzyna Tlalka Mag and Opticle Transfer Engineer: Todd Hollywood Robert Morrisey Krzysztof Maj HDR color consultant: home video Patrick Crane Music Preparation Sandy DeCrescent Music Preparation Shawn Murphy Perlman accompanied by members of Kenneth Wannberg Molen, United States Zeljko Hren Kenny Karen Bittenson Kushell Spielberg, United States Paul Moody Lustig, Poland, Heritage Films Anne Marie Stein Molen, United States Katarzyna Trocka Rywin, Poland, Heritage Films Robert Vidacek Miller Jr.
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Itzhak Stern. Schindler is careful to maintain his friendship with Göth and, through bribery, continues to enjoy SS support.
Göth brutalizes his Jewish maid Helen Hirsch and randomly shoots people from the balcony of his villa; the prisoners are in constant fear for their lives.
As time passes, Schindler's focus shifts from making money to trying to save as many lives as possible. To better protect his workers, Schindler bribes Göth into allowing him to build a sub-camp.
Schindler asks Göth to allow him to move his workers to a munitions factory he plans to build in Brünnlitz near his home town Zwittau.
Göth agrees, but charges a huge bribe. Schindler and Stern create "Schindler's List" — a list of people to be transferred to Brünnlitz instead of Auschwitz.
As the Jewish workers are transported by train to Brünnlitz, the one carrying the women and girls is accidentally redirected to Auschwitz-Birkenau; Schindler bribes Rudolf Höss , the commandant of Auschwitz, to win their release.
At the new factory, Schindler forbids the SS guards from entering the factory floor without permission and encourages the Jews to observe the Jewish Sabbath.
Over the next seven months, he spends much of his fortune bribing Nazi officials and buying shell casings from other companies; due to Schindler's machinations, the factory does not produce any usable armaments.
Schindler runs out of money in , just as Germany surrenders. As a Nazi Party member and war profiteer, Schindler must flee the advancing Red Army to avoid capture.
The SS guards in Schindler's factory have been ordered to kill the Jewish workforce, but Schindler persuades them to "return to [their] families as men, instead of murderers".
He bids farewell to his workers and prepares to head west, hoping to surrender to the Americans. The workers give Schindler a signed statement attesting to his role in saving Jewish lives and present him with a ring engraved with a Talmudic quotation: "Whoever saves one life saves the world entire".
Schindler is touched but also ashamed, as he feels he should have done more. The workers comfort Schindler and they exchange tearful farewells before he and his wife leave.
When the Schindlerjuden awaken the next morning, a Soviet soldier announces that they have been liberated.
The Jews walk to a nearby town. An epilogue reveals that Schindler's marriage failed after the war, as did his attempts to start new businesses, while Göth was executed for crimes against humanity.
Schindler was later honored by Yad Vashem for his efforts to save his workers from being killed. In the present, many of the surviving Schindlerjuden and the actors portraying them visit Schindler's grave and place stones on its marker the traditional Jewish sign of respect on visiting a grave , with Liam Neeson laying two roses.
Pfefferberg, one of the Schindlerjuden , made it his life's mission to tell the story of his savior. Pfefferberg attempted to produce a biopic of Oskar Schindler with MGM in , with Howard Koch writing, but the deal fell through.
Spielberg, astounded by Schindler's story, jokingly asked if it was true. Spielberg was unsure if he was mature enough to make a film about the Holocaust, and the project remained "on [his] guilty conscience".
Spielberg also offered the film to Sydney Pollack and Martin Scorsese , who was attached to direct Schindler's List in However, Spielberg was unsure of letting Scorsese direct the film, as "I'd given away a chance to do something for my children and family about the Holocaust.
Spielberg finally decided to take on the project when he noticed that Holocaust deniers were being given serious consideration by the media. With the rise of neo-Nazism after the fall of the Berlin Wall , he worried that people were too accepting of intolerance, as they were in the s.
Spielberg later said, "He knew that once I had directed Schindler I wouldn't be able to do Jurassic Park. In , Keneally was hired to adapt his book, and he turned in a page script.
His adaptation focused on Schindler's numerous relationships, and Keneally admitted he did not compress the story enough.
Spielberg hired Kurt Luedtke , who had adapted the screenplay of Out of Africa , to write the next draft. Luedtke gave up almost four years later, as he found Schindler's change of heart too unbelievable.
When he was handed back the project, Spielberg found Zaillian's page draft too short, and asked him to extend it to pages. Spielberg wanted more focus on the Jews in the story, and he wanted Schindler's transition to be gradual and ambiguous, not a sudden breakthrough or epiphany.
He extended the ghetto liquidation sequence, as he "felt very strongly that the sequence had to be almost unwatchable. Neeson auditioned as Schindler early on, and was cast in December , after Spielberg saw him perform in Anna Christie on Broadway.
Spielberg said of Fiennes' audition that "I saw sexual evil. It is all about subtlety: there were moments of kindness that would move across his eyes and then instantly run cold.
He watched historic newsreels and talked to Holocaust survivors who knew Göth. In portraying him, Fiennes said "I got close to his pain.
Inside him is a fractured, miserable human being. I feel split about him, sorry for him. He's like some dirty, battered doll I was given and that I came to feel peculiarly attached to.
The character of Itzhak Stern played by Ben Kingsley is a composite of the accountant Stern, factory manager Abraham Bankier , and Göth's personal secretary, Mietek Pemper.
Overall, there are speaking parts in the film. Thousands of extras were hired during filming. The producers scrambled to find the Schindlerjuden and fly them in to film the scene.
There were some antisemitic incidents. A woman who encountered Fiennes in his Nazi uniform told him that "the Germans were charming people.
They didn't kill anybody who didn't deserve it". They put on yarmulkes and opened up Haggadas , and the Israeli actors moved right next to them and began explaining it to them.
And this family of actors sat around and race and culture were just left behind. Shooting Schindler's List was deeply emotional for Spielberg, the subject matter forcing him to confront elements of his childhood, such as the antisemitism he faced.
He was surprised that he did not cry while visiting Auschwitz; instead he found himself filled with outrage. He was one of many crew members who could not force themselves to watch during shooting of the scene where aging Jews are forced to run naked while being selected by Nazi doctors to go to Auschwitz.
Spielberg spent several hours each evening editing Jurassic Park , which was scheduled to premiere in June Spielberg occasionally used German and Polish language dialogue to create a sense of realism.
He initially considered making the film entirely in those languages, but decided "there's too much safety in reading [subtitles]. It would have been an excuse [for the audience] to take their eyes off the screen and watch something else.
Influenced by the documentary film Shoah , Spielberg decided not to plan the film with storyboards , and to shoot it like a documentary. Forty percent of the film was shot with handheld cameras, and the modest budget meant the film was shot quickly over seventy-two days.
DeMille or David Lean. Spielberg decided to use black and white to match the feel of documentary footage of the era.
John Williams, who frequently collaborates with Spielberg, composed the score for Schindler's List.
The composer was amazed by the film, and felt it would be too challenging. He said to Spielberg, "You need a better composer than I am for this film.
But they're all dead! The song was often sung by Spielberg's grandmother, Becky, to her grandchildren. The film explores the theme of good and evil , using as its main protagonist a "good German", a popular characterization in American cinema.
Later in the film, Schindler sees her exhumed dead body, recognizable only by the red coat she is still wearing.
Spielberg said the scene was intended to symbolize how members of the highest levels of government in the United States knew the Holocaust was occurring, yet did nothing to stop it.
Nothing was being done to slow down Ligocka, unlike her fictional counterpart, survived the Holocaust. After the film was released, she wrote and published her own story, The Girl in the Red Coat : A Memoir , in translation.
The opening scene features a family observing Shabbat. Spielberg said that "to start the film with the candles being lit Only at the end, when Schindler allows his workers to hold Shabbat services, do the images of candle fire regain their warmth.
For Spielberg, they represent "just a glint of color, and a glimmer of hope. The two scenes bracket the Nazi era, marking its beginning and end.
In the film it is men who perform this ritual, demonstrating not only the subservient role of women, but also the subservient position of Jewish men in relation to Aryan men, especially Göth and Schindler.
To Spielberg, the black and white presentation of the film came to represent the Holocaust itself: "The Holocaust was life without light. For me the symbol of life is color.
That's why a film about the Holocaust has to be in black-and-white. He also notes a parallel between the situation of the Jews in the film and the debate in Nazi Germany between making use of the Jews for slave labor or exterminating them outright.
He notes its presence in the scene where Schindler arranges for a Holocaust train loaded with victims awaiting transport to be hosed down, and the scene in Auschwitz, where the women are given an actual shower instead of receiving the expected gassing.
The film opened on December 15, Schindler's List made its U. Shown without commercials, it ranked No. The film aired on public television in Israel on Holocaust Memorial Day in The DVD was released on March 9, in widescreen and full screen editions, on a double-sided disk with the feature film beginning on side A and continuing on side B.
Special features include a documentary introduced by Spielberg. Following the success of the film, Spielberg founded the Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation , a nonprofit organization with the goal of providing an archive for the filmed testimony of as many survivors of the Holocaust as possible, to save their stories.
He continues to finance that work. Schindler's List received acclaim from both film critics and audiences, with Americans such as talk show host Oprah Winfrey and President Bill Clinton urging their countrymen to see it.
The website's critical consensus reads, " Schindler's List blends the abject horror of the Holocaust with Steven Spielberg's signature tender humanism to create the director's dramatic masterpiece.
Stephen Schiff of The New Yorker called it the best historical drama about the Holocaust, a movie that "will take its place in cultural history and remain there.
Spielberg's most intense and personal film to date". Spielberg shows a firm moral and emotional grasp of his material.
The film is an outstanding achievement. He describes the sequence as "realistic" and "stunning". Criticism of the film also appeared, mostly from academia rather than the popular press.
Horowitz points out that the film's dichotomy of absolute good versus absolute evil glosses over the fact that most Holocaust perpetrators were ordinary people; the movie does not explore how the average German rationalized their knowledge of or participation in the Holocaust.
Bartov wrote that the "positively repulsive kitsch of the last two scenes seriously undermines much of the film's previous merits".
He describes the humanization of Schindler as "banal", and is critical of what he describes as the " Zionist closure" set to the song " Jerusalem of Gold ".
Schindler's List was very well received by many of Spielberg's peers. Filmmaker Billy Wilder wrote to Spielberg saying, "They couldn't have gotten a better man.
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How did you buy your ticket? View All Videos 9. View All Photos Movie Info. Businessman Oskar Schindler Liam Neeson arrives in Krakow in , ready to make his fortune from World War II, which has just started.
After joining the Nazi party primarily for political expediency, he staffs his factory with Jewish workers for similarly pragmatic reasons.
When the SS begins exterminating Jews in the Krakow ghetto, Schindler arranges to have his workers protected to keep his factory in operation, but soon realizes that in so doing, he is also saving innocent lives.
Steven Spielberg. Branko Lustig , Gerald R. Molen , Steven Spielberg. Steven Zaillian. Mar 5, Universal Pictures, Amblin Entertainment. Dolby Atmos, Stereo, Dolby Digital, DTS, Surround.
Liam Neeson Oskar Schindler. Ben Kingsley Itzhak Stern. Ralph Fiennes Amon Goeth. Caroline Goodall Emilie Schindler. Jonathan Segal Poldek Pfefferberg.
Embeth Davidtz Helen Hirsch. Malgoscha Gebel Victoria Klonowska. Shmuel Levy Wilek Chilowicz. Mark Ivanir Marcel Goldberg. Beatrice Macola Ingrid.
Steven Spielberg Director. Steven Zaillian Screenwriter. Branko Lustig Producer. Gerald R. Molen Producer. Steven Spielberg Producer. Kathleen Kennedy Executive Producer.