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Schindler's List (25th Anniversary Edition) (3-DVD) R

Whoever saves one life, saves the world entire.
Schindler's List (25th Anniversary Edition)
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DVD Features:

  • Number of Discs: 3
  • Rated: R
  • Run Time: 3 hours, 16 minutes
  • Video: Black & White / Color
  • Released: December 18, 2018
  • Originally Released: 2018
  • Label: Universal Studios
  • Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)

Performers, Cast and Crew:

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Major Awards:

Academy Awards 1993 - Best Adapted Screenplay: Steven Zaillian
Academy Awards 1993 - Best Cinematography: Janusz Kaminski
Academy Awards 1993 - Best Director: Steven Spielberg
Academy Awards 1993 - Best Original Score: John Williams
Academy Awards 1993 - Best Picture

Entertainment Reviews:

Certified Fresh97%

Total Count: 95


User Ratings: 411,054
Spielberg ultimately remains Spielberg, finding his enduring themes within Thomas Keneally's novel and giving them the full Spielberg treatment. Full Review
New York Daily News
Feb 17, 2015
...Staggeringly intense....Spielberg has done something that can't quite be said of any other film about the Holocaust. He has allowed us -- for the first time -- to see it...
Entertainment Weekly
Dec 17, 1993
Rating: 4/4 -- More than any previous non-documentary Holocaust movie, this one convinces through the accumulation of such detail. Full Review
Seattle Times
May 6, 2013
With its black-and-white bleakness and its fiercely insistent realism, Schindler's List is a hallucinogenic experience. It is one of the most finely calibrated, most overtly mournful, most nakedly authentic films ever made. Full Review
Santa Cruz Sentinel
Feb 19, 2019
The film is an outstanding achievement. Full Review
The New York Review of Books
Aug 14, 2018
It's a stunning achievement, a film that re-creates the Holocaust not as something abstract, but as felt knowledge. Full Review
Boston Globe
Apr 26, 2018
...Brutal and intelligent... - Recommended
Sep 1, 1994

Product Description:

Based on a true story, SCHINDLER'S LIST is Steven Spielberg's epic drama of World War II Holocaust survivors and the man who unexpectedly came to be their savior. Unrepentant womanizer and war profiteer Oskar Schindler uses Polish Jews as cheap labor to produce cookware for the Third Reich. But after witnessing the violent liquidation of the walled ghetto where the Krakow Jews have been forced to live, Schindler slowly begins to realize the immense evil of Nazism. When his employees are sent to a work camp, they come under the terrorizing reign of sadistic Nazi Amon Goeth (Ralph Fiennes). With the help of his accountant, Itzhak Stern (Ben Kingsley), Schindler creates a list of "essential" Jews. Bribing Goeth, Schindler manages to get 1,100 people released from the camp and brought to the safety of his munitions factory in Czechoslovakia. Spielberg's glorious film is wondrously evocative, visually stunning, and emotionally stirring.

Plot Synopsis:

SCHINDLER'S LIST is Steven Spielberg's black-and-white monumental film based on the true story of Oskar Schindler. Schindler is a businessman in World War II Poland who uses Jews as cheap labor in his factory. After his workers are sent to a concentration camp run by a demonic Nazi soldier (Ralph Fiennes), Schindler and his accountant, Itzhak Stern (Ben Kingsley), devise a plan to save 1,100 Jews by sending them to his factory in Czechoslovakia.


Production Notes:

  • Theatrical release: December 15, 1993.
  • Shot on location in Kraków and outside the gates of Auschwitz.
  • Estimated budget: $22 million.
  • The film grossed nearly $100 million at the domestic box office and more than $320 million worldwide.
  • SCHINDLER'S LIST is number 9 on the American Film Institute's list of America's 100 Greatest Movies.
  • SCHINDLER'S LIST won the 1993 Academy Award for Best Picture and Steven Spielberg won for Best Director.
  • Oskar Schindler in real life was unsuccessful in his other business ventures after the war and was divorced from his wife, but he was honored with the status of Righteous Gentile by the Martyrs Memorial Authority in Jerusalem.
  • The Collector's Edition includes the hardcover edition of Thomas Keneally's novel, a special edition picture-disc CD soundtrack featuring the Academy Award-winning score by John Williams, and a limited-edition pictorial booklet with a special introduction by Steven Spielberg.
  • For Spielberg the project was very close to home. He made several public remarks about how the film forced him to confront his Jewish background. "It's the first movie I've made that I feel is a personal film," he said.
  • SCHINDLER'S LIST was reportedly very difficult to adapt. One writer spent years working on a draft that he never completed. Though the film had a long incubation period--at one point Spielberg had even turned the project over to Martin Scorsese--Spielberg told the tabloids he wasn't mature enough to direct it until he actually began making the film.
  • Apparently, Australian director Fred Schepisi, asked Spielberg not to make the film. According to Entertainment Weekly, Schepisi told Spielberg that his Hollywood studio-style would ruin the film.
  • The film's international cast and crew spent 71 days filming in Kraków, Poland.
  • Spielberg initially tried to film at the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp, but the World Jewish Congress protested. Spielberg shot directly outside the camp's gate instead. And he chose black-and-white film because "as a medium it's a truth serum." The only color in the film belongs to the little girl in red.
  • The film marked the first major film role for British actor Ralph Fiennes, the eldest of six children born to Mark (a farmer turned photographer) and Jini Fiennes.

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