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Schindler's List [1993 film] (1993)

por Steven Spielberg (Director), Steven Zaillian (Screenwriter)

Outros autores: Embeth Davidtz (Actor), Ralph Fiennes (Actor), Caroline Goodall (Actor), Thomas Keneally (Original Book), Ben Kingsley (Actor)5 mais, Branko Lustig (Producer), Gerald R. Molen (Producer), Liam Neeson (Actor), Jonathan Sagalle (Actor), John Williams (Compositor)

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The story of a Catholic war profiteer, Oskar Schindler, who risked his life and went bankrupt in order to save more than 1,000 Jews from certain death in concentration camps. He employed Jews in his crockery factory manufacturing goods for the German army. At the same time he tries to stay solvent with the help of a Jewish accountant and negotiates business with a vicious Nazi commandant who enjoys shooting Jews as target practice from the balcony of his villa that overlooks the prison camp he commands.… (mais)
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Schindler’s List (1993)

Liam Neeson – Oskar Schindler
Ben Kingsley – Itzhak Stern
Ralph Fiennes – Amon Goeth

Caroline Goodall – Emilie Schindler
Jonathan Sagall – Poldek Pfefferberg
Embeth Davidtz – Helen Hirsch
Adi Nitzan – Mila Pfefferberg
Shmuel Levy – Wilek Chilowicz
Mark Ivanir – Marcel Goldberg
Miri Fabian – Chaja Dresner
Anna Mucha – Danka Dresner

Screenplay by Steven Zaillian, based on the book by Thomas Keneally
Directed by Steven Spielberg

Black and white. 195 min.

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“In every business I tried, I can see now, it wasn’t me that failed. Something was missing. Even if I’d known what it was, there’s nothing I could have done about it because you can’t create this thing. And it makes all the difference in the world between success and failure.”
“Luck?”
“War.”


I can understand why some people are fed up with Holocaust movies. Sometimes I am, too. There are too many of them, and some are atrociously one-sided propaganda. One might think millions of soldiers and civilians, all of them disgustingly non-Jewish and some even German, didn’t lose their lives in WWII as well. That said, there are exceptions where the subject is treated with unique power and genuine complexity. This movie, together with The Pianist (2002) and Nuremberg (2000), belongs to that elite group. Spielberg all but surpassed himself as both storyteller and psychologist. He had a terrific script and even better cast at his disposal. Liam Neeson doesn’t look even remotely German, but he portrays to perfection Schindler’s development from a greedy war profiteer to the saviour of more than a thousand people at expense of his own fortune. He doesn’t miss the few bits of humour, for instance the drinks with Stern or the interviews for a new secretary. He pulls off even the lachrymose melodrama in the end, one of the very few over-the-top moments in the whole movie. Ben Kingsley is equally marvellous as the self-effacing and brilliant accountant. But best of all is Ralph Fiennes as Amon Goeth, a monster in human form on the surface, yet really, as Schindler notes, not worse in peacetime than most people. War simply brings out the worst in people.* Pay special attention to the scene with Helen Hirsch in the cellar. Goeth is almost human there. Almost? Or all too much? You decide! There is much to enjoy in the small roles, notably Embeth Davidtz (Little Miss in Bicentennial Man, remember her?), and the gorgeous black-and-white cinematography (the little girl in red is another over-the-top moment, but never mind). Few movies can make three hours that fleeting.

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*These are Schindler’s words, and the irony he is wholly unconscious of can hardly escape anybody who watches the movie. For the war brings out both the worst and the best in Schindler. The worst makes him a millionaire. The best ruins him. Some especially charming people might want to reverse that judgment. ( )
  Waldstein | Jul 1, 2020 |
Seconde guerre mondiale. L'histoire vraie de Oskar Schindler qui démarra son usine en Pologne avec des juifs déportés. Découvrant peu à peu l'horreur que son propre peuple fait subir aux juifs, il décide de sauver tous ceux qu'il pourra... (fonte: amazon.fr)
  MemorialeSardoShoah | Nov 20, 2019 |
"Schindler's List" è il capolavoro cinematografico di Steven Spielberg ed è uno dei film più premiati della storia del cinema. Vincitore di sette Premi Oscar, incluso Miglior Film e Miglior Regia, "Schindler's List" ha anche vinto i più prestigiosi premi come Miglior Film ed un numero eccezionale di onoreficenze. Tra queste ricordiamo sette British Academy Awards, il premio come Miglior Film assegnato dal New York Film Critics Circle, dalla National Society of Film Critics, dal National Board of Review, dal Producers Guild, dal Los Angeles Film Critics, dal Chicago, Boston e Dallas Film Critics, il Christopher Award ed infine il Golden Globe assegnato dalla Hollywood Foreign Press Association. A Steven Spielberg è stato inoltre assegnato per questo film il premio del Directors Guild of America. Il film racconta l'indelebile storia vera dell'enigmatico Oskar Schindler, un membro del partito nazista, un dongiovanni, uno speculatore che salvò le vite di più di 1100 ebrei durante l'Olocausto. E' il trionfo di un uomo che fece la differenza, e la drammatica storia di coloro che sopravvissero a uno dei capitoli più bui della storia umana solo grazie all'operato di Schindler. Diretto da Steven Spielberg, il film ha vinto anche l'Oscar per la Miglior Fotografia, la Miglior Sceneggiatura, la Miglior Scenografia, il Miglior Montaggio, la Miglior Colonna Sonora, ed è magistralmente interpretato da un cast indimenticabile tra cui ricordiamo Liam Neeson, Ben Kingsley, Ralph Fiennes, Caroline Goodall, Jonathan Sagalle e Emerich Davidtz. Il dvd è stato arricchito dal formato audio Dolby Digtal 5.1, da nuove fotografie ed esclusivi contenuti speciali. (fonte: retro del dvd)
  MemorialeSardoShoah | Nov 20, 2019 |
Oskar Schindler (Liam Neeson), un empresario alemán de gran talento para las relaciones públicas, busca ganarse la simpatía de los nazis de cara a su beneficio personal. Después de la invasión de Polonia por los alemanes en 1939, Schindler consigue, gracias a sus relaciones con los altos jerarcas nazis, la propiedad de una fábrica de Cracovia. Allí emplea a cientos de operarios judíos, cuya explotación le hace prosperar rápidamente, gracias sobre todo a su gerente Itzhak Stern (Ben Kingsley), también judío. Pero conforme la guerra avanza, Schindler y Stern comienzan ser conscientes de que a los judíos que contratan, los salvan de una muerte casi segura en el temible campo de concentración de Plaszow, que lidera el Comandante nazi Amon Goeth (Ralph Fiennes), un hombre cruel que disfruta ejecutando judíos.
  bibliotecayamaguchi | Apr 30, 2019 |
In German-occupied Poland during World War II, Oskar Schindler gradually becomes concerned for his Jewish workforce after witnessing their persecution by the Nazi Germans. (IMDb)
  DrLed | Nov 4, 2017 |
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Despite its seven Oscars I doubt that Schindler’s List will survive its season either as a memorable film or as a comment on the concentration camps, for the evil that Spielberg tries to portray lies beyond his imagination...

Except to the people whose lives he saved, Schindler made no difference to the outcome of the Holocaust. But the film’s aim is to show that he made a huge difference, for he is meant (like Spencer Tracy at Black Rock, etc.) to prove that remarkable individuals can outsmart evil. What then of the others? Did they die by the millions simply because they weren’t clever enough themselves or lucky enough to find a Schindler of their own?
 
The relationship between Schindler and Stern is developed by Spielberg with enormous subtlety. At the beginning of the war, Schindler wants only to make money, and at the end he wants only to save "his" Jews. We know that Stern understands this. But there is no moment when Schindler and Stern bluntly state what is happening, perhaps because to say certain things aloud could result in death...

The French author Flaubert once wrote that he disliked Uncle Tom's Cabin because the author was constantly preaching against slavery. "Does one have to make observations about slavery?" he asked. "Depict it; that's enough." And then he added, "An author in his book must be like God in the universe, present everywhere and visible nowhere." That would describe Spielberg, the author of this film. He depicts the evil of the Holocaust, and he tells an incredible story of how it was robbed of some of its intended victims. He does so without the tricks of his trade, the directorial and dramatic contrivances that would inspire the usual melodramatic payoffs. Spielberg is not visible in this film. But his restraint and passion are present in every shot.
adicionada por SnootyBaronet | editarChicago Sun-Times, Roger Ebert
 
After all this time, I'd almost forgotten how acerbic a lot of it is, with little shocks of black comedy that take far more chances with the audience's undependable (cf. Oakland) reactions than is Spielberg's norm. He usually relies on composer John Williams to spell out everything's meaning as schmaltzily as possible, but Williams's work here is uncommonly sophisticated... You also have to admire how Spielberg and his screenwriter, Steven Zaillan, stress the Final Solution's bureaucratic methodology. Each new enormity is signalled by petty officials setting up open-air desks and arranging their stamp-pads.

Purely as a piece of filmmaking, the terrifying liquidation of the Krakow ghetto is probably the greatest sequence Spielberg has directed, topping even Saving Private Ryan's opening Omaha Beach bloodbath. Yet in both cases, one's perhaps already self-congratulatory sense of vicariously experiencing What It Was Probably Like gives way to a distracting recognition that this is one heck of a set-piece. Just how do you navigate the difference in priorities between "Never again" and "Right up there with D.W. Griffith"?
adicionada por SnootyBaronet | editarThe American Prospect, Tom Carson
 

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Spielberg, StevenDirectorautor principaltodas as ediçõesconfirmado
Zaillian, StevenScreenwriterautor principaltodas as ediçõesconfirmado
Davidtz, EmbethActorautor secundáriotodas as ediçõesconfirmado
Fiennes, RalphActorautor secundáriotodas as ediçõesconfirmado
Goodall, CarolineActorautor secundáriotodas as ediçõesconfirmado
Keneally, ThomasOriginal Bookautor secundáriotodas as ediçõesconfirmado
Kingsley, BenActorautor secundáriotodas as ediçõesconfirmado
Lustig, BrankoProducerautor secundáriotodas as ediçõesconfirmado
Molen, Gerald R.Producerautor secundáriotodas as ediçõesconfirmado
Neeson, LiamActorautor secundáriotodas as ediçõesconfirmado
Sagalle, JonathanActorautor secundáriotodas as ediçõesconfirmado
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The story of a Catholic war profiteer, Oskar Schindler, who risked his life and went bankrupt in order to save more than 1,000 Jews from certain death in concentration camps. He employed Jews in his crockery factory manufacturing goods for the German army. At the same time he tries to stay solvent with the help of a Jewish accountant and negotiates business with a vicious Nazi commandant who enjoys shooting Jews as target practice from the balcony of his villa that overlooks the prison camp he commands.

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