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Schindler's List

Summary: Discusses the film Schindler's List, directed by Steven Spielberg. Describes how Spielberg uses a narrative technique that splits the film roughly into three sections: the pre-Krakow (i.e. before the liquidation of the Krakow ghetto), the scenes during the liquidation of the Krakow ghetto and the post Krakow incidents. Analyzes major themes in the film.
It has been said that the opposite of love is not in fact hate it is indifference and also quoted by Elie Wiessell, `indifference is the greatest sin and punishment of the holocaust.' This idea is greatly discussed in the film Schindler's List by director Steven Spielberg. Spielberg uses a narrative technique that splits the film roughly into three sections: the pre-Krakow (i.e. before the liquidation of the Krakow ghetto), the scenes during the liquidation of the Krakow ghetto and the post Krakow incidents. Spielberg uses the central character to portray and discuss the themes of indifference and ethics. Spielberg also uses a range of film techniques such as symbolism, juxtaposition, black and white film stock and his use of shadow and light to examine the major themes as aforementioned.

Spielberg uses a simple narrative technique to examine themes. He does this by the characterisation of...

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