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The motion picture Schindlers List is a historical film that is filmed in mostly black and white and was produced by legendary director Steven Spielberg It is based on a true story that happened during World War II The movie was filmed in areas all over the world spanning from the United States Czechoslovakia Europe and Germany The action takes place in a town called Krakow and its surrounding areas The story is focused on the main character Oskar Schindler He is a non-Jew who is a member of the Nazi Party He saves millions of Jews from going directly to death camps by starting a metal works factory The Jews are very grateful to him but at the beginning all he cares about is making a profit from the war Another main character is Amon Goeth a SS officer In the film he is portrayed as a very mean and unpredictable man He has a lot of power at most times can be very snaky One of the main keys to this film would have to be Schindlers Jewish accountant Izahak Stern He adds a touch of warmth and sanity to the film Mr Schindler may have all the money and get all the fame for his successful business but it is really Izahak that runs the company 1 The movie begins in September 1939 The German forces had just defeated the Polish army All of the Jewish people were ordered to register all of their family members and then relocate to the major cities More than 10000 Jews from the countryside arrived in Krakow daily The movie then focuses in on the Judenrat the Jewish council comprised of two elected Jews personally responsible for carrying out the orders of the regime in Krakow such as drawing up lists for work details food and housing It then shows the Jewish people complaining about not having
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