|The girl in the red coat, played by Oliwia Dabrowska (three years old at the time).|
"What is most amazing about this film is how completely Spielberg serves his story. The movie is brilliantly acted, written, directed and seen. Individual scenes are masterpieces of art direction, cinematography, special effects, crowd control. Yet Spielberg, the stylist whose films often have gloried in shots we are intended to notice and remember, disappears into his work. Neeson, Kingsley and the other actors are devoid of acting flourishes. There is a single-mindedness to the enterprise that is awesome."--Roger Ebert, 1993
|The cast, Ralph Fiennes, Ben Kingsley,|
Spielberg, and Liam Neeson
|Liam Neeson (Schindler)and Ben Kiingsley (Itzhak Stern), typing Shindler's List.|
|Heavily laden with graphic violence, mass murder, and nudity, |
Schindler's List is not for the squeamish.
|The final scene, with descendants of list survivors passing by Shindler's |
grave in Israel, segregated from Spielberg's story by its color,
may be the most emotionally powerful film ending ever made.