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Schindlers List I knew the people who worked for me When you know people you have to behave towards them like human beings This was a quote from Oskar Schindler However throughout the movie it didnt quite seem like he felt that way the entire time The movie began in 1939 and Schindler was very into alcohol womanizing and making money He bought a Jewish factory in Krakow called Deutsche Email Fabrik In order get the resources necessary he talked to his key contact throughout the entire movie a Jewish accountant by the name of Itzhak Stern Stern informed him that Jewish labor was cheaper than Polish Labor Schindler of course being interested in having a higher profit went and hired the Jews thus beginning his relationship with them The produced pots pans basins and other items as such and then later on munitions At certain points in the movie it was hard to tell that he was changing At certain moments it seemed like he was but then the next second he would turn around and act the same as he always did Such as when Stern brought in the one-armed Jew to thank him for giving him a job and while he was there he seemed happy to be able to be helping this man but as soon as the man left he turned around to Stern and said Dont ever do that to me again That man has one arm he is of no use There were many other moments in the movie though when you could tell that he was changing such as when he was convincing that Nazi soldier friend of his slavemistress that he actually does care about her and then kisses her on the forehead and tells her that everything will be okay He eventually then buys her from him to save her Another scene was the girl in the red coat
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