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The film Schindlers List was directed by Steven Spielberg who unquestionably was an amazing film director In the film he used many production features that helped show us contrast emotion and the list goes on Some of the production features he used in the film were that of black and white colour in a couple scenes subtitles camera angles and music Throughout the majority of the film Spielberg has produced film in black and white I feel the reason he has done this is so that us as the viewers can get a feel for just how horrible the whole ordeal actually was and the significance of the holocaust The film is also set way back in the time of World War II where the films would have been produced in black and white Black and white really was an effect that Spielberg used well in the film Even though the film was predominantly black and white there were a couple of occasions where Spielberg used colour We see an example of this in the movie when Oscar Schindler the main character rides his horse to the top of the hill with his mistress while the liquidation of the Krakow ghetto is taking place There is a little girl brought to our attention by the fact that she has a red coat on which obviously stands out from the black and white Schindler stays and makes sure that the little girl is in a safe place and is away from danger little did he know it wasnt exactly the safest hiding place as we see the girl dead later on in the film From the example above Spielberg has connected another film technique to it later on in the film Spielberg used a close up up tilt on Schindler as he watches the little girl be taken away under a pile of dead bodies to be burnt Schindlers face is gives us
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