Schindler's List Questions and Answers
What scenes in Schindler’s List are in color? Why do you think Spielberg chose to film these scenes in color but not others? How was music used in the scenes you recall most vividly? What ideas or events did the music underscore?
What does Schindler's List teach us about human nature and the capacity for great good and great evil among human kind?
What are the main themes of Schindler's List and what are examples in the story that support the theme?
Almost none of the Jews we get to know, who are main characters, in the film are killed. Why is that?
How does Schindler change over the course of the movie Schindler's List? How are his values, opinions, and view of the world changed when he witnesses the holocaust?
Considering the events portrayed in Schindler's List, how did they affect the Jews' views on their place in the world, and with their God?
Is guilt a good fit for the theme of Schindler's List? If so, please add a quote to help me understand.
What is the name of the music track during the burning of 10,000 Jewish people scene? I can't seem to find it in the soundtrack. The track seems to be a requiem of some type but I don't seem to hear it in the soundtrack at all.
In the movie "Schindler's List", why were German children allowed and encouraged to march in front of the German Nazi soldiers during rallies/marches?
What stages of moral development does Speilberg show in his film Schindler's List with the character of Amon Goeth?
How does the film Schindler's List portray the Holocaust in general? How, for example, is the suffering of the Jews presented? How is the cruelty of the Nazis presented?
In Schindler's List, what are some examples of how Schindler is confined to his own reality, and cannot understand Stern's reality or comprehend it?
In Schindler's List, how does the backdrop of war allow for the full range of human tendencies to emerge?
In Thomas Kenneally's Schindler's List, what is likable about Schindler himself, and why do the S.S. men like him?
How are films like "Schindler’s List" important in continuing the message that regimes that control people so successfully are very dangerous?
How do the two films, Saving Private Ryan and Schindler's List, in which directors use good techniques--such as appropriate music, costumes and settings--to explain human conscience thus proving that humans can endure a multitude of extreme conditions, create a new insight on society?
"What is most interesting in the film Schindler's List, is not the changes that take place in Nazi Germany, but the changes that take place in Oskar Schindler." Do you agree?
The film "Schindler's List" is based on the book called "Schindler’s Ark" by Thomas Kenneally. It was written 1980, but the author never met Schindler, who died in 1974, or Amon Goeth who was executed in 1945, However he was able to meet some of the survivors who were names on Schindler’s List and interviewed them. What does this tell us?
The movie version of Schindler's List by Thomas Keneally begins in color, but almost immediately fades to black and white. Why might the director have made that choice?
Who are *ALL* of the character's in the story "Schindler's List" by Thomas Keneally? Every Character mentioned in the book.
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