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Characterization of Schindler's List

Summary: Gives an analysis of characterization in the Spielberg film, Schindler's List. Describes how the characterization bases itself around the fundamental groups of Nazi Germany: the Jews, the Nazis and the German citizens; each represented by a different character within the film. Explores how major characters fit within those categories.
The characterization of Steven Spielberg's epic style holocaust film, Schindler's List bases itself around the fundamental groups of Nazi Germany: the Jews, the Nazis and the German citizens; each represented by a different character within the film. The Nazi oppressors are represented by the bloodthirsty, power hungry Goeth, the Jewish people by the noble, loyal Stern, and the ambiguity of the German citizens through the inner journey of Schindler

Amon Goeth is a man driven by money, greed, women, and the power to hold lives in his hands; such are we to see all German Nazi leaders within the movie. The opening sequence depicts Schindler going to a Nazi party. His charm, grace and lavish spending quickly win across the favour of important officials at the party, and he soon becomes the centre of attention. He continues to work for the friendship of high officials through sending them...

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