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A Summary of the Film "Schindler's List"

Summary: Summarizes the film "Schindler's List" by Steven Spielberg and describes the change in Schindler as a man, and the sacrifices that he made in order to save thousands of people during the Holocaust.
In the book, "Schindler's List," Schindler is quoted for saying, "A life is not worth a pack of cigarettes." So the question that arouses in most minds is what caused the drastic change in this man? What propagated him to become sympathetic, altruistic, and unselfish? The answer was never set in stone, even after the name Oskar Schindler was engraved in one.

The biggest factor in Schindler's shift towards saving the Jews was his ability to feel pain for others. This became the critical foundation that would support the acts that would follow. Without this feeling, he would be incapable of committing any of the gracious deeds that we witnessed him perform.

In the beginning, Schindler thinks only of himself, disregarding others well being. He wanted to make money; he was determined. His thrive to be successful and wealthy was overwhelming, making him...

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