#1
For those of you that haven't seen the movie, I encourage you go watch it now. It's rather long and very mature but it's very moving and a great work of art.

For those who have seen it. I was wondering, what did you guys think were the subplots?

I know the main plot is Schindler and his factory/Jews

one subplot I know of is Amon Goth's deal with Helen Hirsch

What else do you guys think of?

The Friendship between Oscar and Itzak could be one, but I think that's part of the thing as a whole

Oscar's affairs?

The movement from camp to camp, dealing with the jews, etc etc?

Thoughts? lol
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#2
I'd say Amon and Oscar's relationship is quite important to the plot, too.
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For those of you that haven't seen the movie, I encourage you go watch it now. It's rather long and very mature but it's very moving and a great work of art.

For those who have seen it. I was wondering, what did you guys think were the subplots?

I know the main plot is Schindler and his factory/Jews

one subplot I know of is Amon Goth's deal with Helen Hirsch

What else do you guys think of?

The Friendship between Oscar and Itzak could be one, but I think that's part of the thing as a whole

Oscar's affairs?

The movement from camp to camp, dealing with the jews, etc etc?

Thoughts? lol


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#4
I saw this in History class and I love this movie!
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I'd say Amon and Oscar's relationship is quite important to the plot, too.


Yeah it is, but it seems like it's part of the main plot, don't you think? It doesn't seem very "sub-plotty"
lol

oh well.
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#9
Brilliant film. I love that scene whith the storm troopers clearing out the houses..
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#10
I like the sex scene, you get to see her titties and everything.
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Yeah it is, but it seems like it's part of the main plot, don't you think? It doesn't seem very "sub-plotty"
lol

oh well.


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Brilliant film. I love that scene whith the storm troopers clearing out the houses..


The piano was so insane and completely opposite of the scene it fit perfectly
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I loved the little girl in the red coat.

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#15
Filmed in my hometown.

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#16
I had to watch it for a Sociology class, and I actually really liked it. The main "end" scene (I don't want to spoil it for anyone who hasn't seen it) is probably one of the most moving things I've ever seen.
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#17
I found it weird watching this in a class room setting - though there are way worse things to watch I guess.
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I had to watch it for a Sociology class, and I actually really liked it. The main "end" scene (I don't want to spoil it for anyone who hasn't seen it) is probably one of the most moving things I've ever seen.


I teared up, almost cried.

I went to lunch and everyone at my table was solemn, my friend said, "Man that last seen, it just exploded, I almost cried"

It's a great thing, what Schindler did.
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I loved the little girl in the red coat.

The only color in a drab, dark, grey world.


Thats one of the parts I remember.
I haven't seen it in a few years though.
#20
I'm doing a paper for my film studies class and I'm going over Man Vs Man conflict

I was going to use Oscar and Amon as the example, but they seeemed to be on the same page through out the film, even though Oscar was scamming Amon. They did have differing opinions towards the end, when Amons camp was shut down and he wouldn't help Oscar get his workers back. But I can't really find "conflict" you know, since they were friends.
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#21
We had to watch it in english class

it was a very depressing movie

but it was a great thing that schindler did
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Filmed in my hometown.

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#23
It's off topic, but anyone who liked Schindler's List should probably check out The Pianist as well. It's not as good as Schindler's List, obviously, but it's a great movie, especially for a musician.
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It's off topic, but anyone who liked Schindler's List should probably check out The Pianist as well. It's not as good as Schindler's List, obviously, but it's a great movie, especially for a musician.


It is a great movie.
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It's off topic, but anyone who liked Schindler's List should probably check out The Pianist as well. It's not as good as Schindler's List, obviously, but it's a great movie, especially for a musician.


I liked The Pianist alot more actually. Where Schindler's List tells the story of Schindler and all the things he did, The Pianist i felt gave a very real feel as to how it would be like to be in the Holocaust and puts you in Spielman's shoes.
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#26
I laughed alot when I watched Schindlers list. Especially that scene where the train with women and children got redirected to a concentration camp.

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#27
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I loved the little girl in the red coat.

The only color in a drab, dark, grey world.

That scene is amazing. The music also adds a lot to it. It's an Yiddish lullaby song.

By the way, in my city lives the only Argentinian Schidndler's survivor. He talked during the local Holocaust memorial ceremony.
Schindler's wife also lived in Argentina. I think that it's shameful that she died in poverty.

Actually, I don't think that most of you know that Schindler's life ended up as a tragedy. In 1948 Oskar and his wife emigrated to Argentina. There they went bankrupt and he left his wife to return to Germany. There he tried many times to make a successful business, but none of them worked.
He ended up living with his friends, and when he died, the city had to pay for his stay in the hospital .

It's so sad that the lives of such a good man and woman ended up like this after all they did.
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#28
someone told me it was a comedy?
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For those of you that haven't seen the movie, I encourage you go watch it now. It's rather long and very mature but it's very moving and a great work of art.

For those who have seen it. I was wondering, what did you guys think were the subplots?

I know the main plot is Schindler and his factory/Jews

one subplot I know of is Amon Goth's deal with Helen Hirsch

What else do you guys think of?

The Friendship between Oscar and Itzak could be one, but I think that's part of the thing as a whole

Oscar's affairs?

The movement from camp to camp, dealing with the jews, etc etc?

Thoughts? lol


Reasons I will not watch it.