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Schindler's List

Summary: Examines the evolution of Oskar Schindler throughout the film. Also discusses Schindler's motives at the beginning of the film?
"Schindler's List," thought to be one of the most powerful and thought provoking movies of all time, tells the compelling story of German businessman Oskar Schindler. The film seems to convey the notion that anyone has the capacity to change for the better, even the most implausible.

At the start of the movie, Oskar Schindler is a narcissistic, arrogant, and materialistic businessman who travels to the Nazi-occupied Poland in search of lucrative business. He attempts to make his riches during World War II by exploiting cheap Jewish labor. However when Schindler is to leave with his fortune, his moral conscience speaks to him. And it is perhaps this pursuit of fortune, that allows Schindler to not only see but care about the menacing veracity of the Holocaust and its effect on the Jewish people, possibly due to his ever-increasing relationship with his plant manager Itzhak Stern. As the...

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